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drag on the construction economy. Here’s the deal: Though the Senate agreed with the House at the very last moment to a one-month extension of existing transportation funding authority, senators failed to include a provision to roll back funding rescissions stipulated in the last six-year bill. The $8.7 billion in rescission money was a bookkeeping method of understating the true cost of SAFETEA-LU, which was passed in 2005 (two years into the six years of its effective authority). The sleight of hand was needed to help win legislative support. However, the scheduled rescissions never were voided, as planned, and inadvertently became effective Oct. 1. “For most states, it is not hard cash money, just promise money,” said

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When the U.S. Senate failed in September to enact six-year transportation legislation or to extend the existing funding authority in a responsible way, it created a billion-dollar-a-month hole for the construction industry. “The baseline for the federal highway account is reduced by a billion dollars each month we have a continuing resolution,” said Tony Dorsey, media spokesman of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). “It will cost our members one billion dollars every month we have a resolution.” While the huge loss is mostly on paper — so far — it nonetheless is a

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‘Start Us Up USA!’Rallies for Investment, Jobs in Ill. Start Us Up USA!, a nationwide grassroots campaign of the construction equipment industry and their allies, descended upon Chicago Oct. 20 with a rally of local business and labor leaders and construction workers calling on the federal government to move quickly on the reauthorization of a critical transportation bill. New transportation funding is necessary to improve the nation’s infrastructure and spur a recovery of the construction equipment industry, especially in hard-hit states like Illinois. The rally was followed

by a caravan of construction equipment, idled by the lack of federal support, parading around Soldier Field to urge the federal government to stop job loss. “The construction equipment industry is in a deep depression and we have lost 33,000 jobs in Illinois and 37 percent of our workforce nationwide the past few years,” said Toby Mack, president and CEO of the Associated Equipment Distributors (AED), based in Oak Brook, Ill.

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A short 19-mi. (30.5 km) stretch of road just north of Detroit has been transformed into an improvement project with a rather complicated strategy. Extensive work on the I-96/I-696 corridor in Oakland and Macomb counties has been divided into four separate projects. Project 1 consists of rehabilitation of eight bridges and repair of 4 mi. (6.4 km) of pavement in Oakland County between Novi and Halsted roads, including the I-96/I-696/M-5 interchange in Novi and Farmington Hills. Project 2 picks up where the first project ends and involves pavement patching and rehabilitation of 42 bridges on I-696 in Oakland County between Halsted and Campbell-Hilton roads. Project 3 focuses on rehabilitating 22 bridges on I-696, 15 of which are located within the I696/Mound Road interchange. Project 4 includes rehabilitation of six bridges and extensive pavement repairs to I-696 between Hayes and Nieman roads in Macomb County. Also included are safety upgrades and lighting replacement on the median and ramps. Overlap For all practical purposes, the $67 million overall project has been divided into two contracts — east and west — with two prime contractors: Dan’s Excavating out of Grant, Mich., on the west contract and C.A. Hall on the east. But even that division is a little blurry. “There are overlapping facets,” says Bob Daavettila, construction director for Tetra Tech,

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By Giles Lambertson Health care reform in the United States has been beaten nearly to death this year by advocates and critics alike. Yet as the debate moves into October, the final shape of “reform” remains elusive and elastic with construction industry executives anxious about its impact on their companies. Any change in the system definitely will have impact on contractors and a sweeping change could upend smaller firms — and most construction companies are small-to-medium-sized. The truth of the matter is the

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$14 million contract to conduct bridge rehabilitation and concrete patching on I-696 — the east project. The west contract involves significant amounts of overlay, but there is none on the east contract. Instead, there is, as Daavettila says, “a lot of concrete patching.” Other Names for an Old-Time Trail Before being designated as a military highway in 1832, the corridor from Lake Michigan through Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids was

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A total of 56 bridges will undergo rehabilitation. Because C.A. Hall is a subcontractor for all bridge work on both contracts and since there is a lot of bridge work in the west contract, Hall is doing considerable work on both.

particularly concerning the bridge work. A total of 56 bridges will undergo rehabilitation. Because C.A. Hall is a subcontractor for all bridge work on both contracts and since there’s a lot of bridge work in the west contract, Hall is doing considerable work on both. “Because they’re a major sub, it leads to a lot of coordination. Hall is at all the meetings for the Dan’s contract.” According to Daavettila, the two big contracts consist of a two-year project for $47 million to reconstruct pavement from Novi to Farmington Hills — the west project — and a

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Health care reform in the United States has been beaten nearly to death this year by advocates and critics alike. Yet as the debate moves into October the final shape of “reform” remains elusive and elastic with construction industry executives anxious about its impact on their companies. Any change in the system definitely will The bridges that were moved vary in length from 85 to 173 ft. (25.9 to 52.7 m) and were 43 to 94 ft. (13 to 28.6 m) wide. The largest weighed in at 1,350 tons (1,220 t). have impact on contractors and a sweeping change could upend smaller firms — and most construction companies are small-tomedium-sized. The truth of the matter is the reform model in which government would provide most health care services would dramatically change the way every business operates, large or small. It is impractical to hope that health care reform will be tailored to the construction industry. Nevertheless, small businesses Horrocks Engineering and H.W Lochner consistently favor certain reform initiatives By Kathie Sutin Engineering are the designers and Ralph L. over others. Were Washington to institute CEG CORRESPONDENT Wadsworth Construction is the general contrac- reform along the lines general contractors Work on a Utah freeway reconstruction project torSome might lay down, the following features of the bridges were transported as much would be among the legislated changes: so unusual it was featured as National Geographic Channel’s “World’ Toughest Fixes” as a mile and a half which is “a good distance,” • New authority for associations to is heading for an on-time, on-budget completion Montoya said. negotiate insurance packages for their “That was significant. There are a fair amount members. Besides gaining clout in negotiat the end of the year What made work on a 2-mi. (3.2 km) stretch of projects where you move a bridge a couple ating benefits, association insurance negoof I-80 in Salt Lake City project extraordinary hundred feet but we actually moved some of tiators could win lower premiums, if given was the Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) them a mile and a half.” The bridges that were moved vary in length the opportunity Associated Builders and method using Self Propelled Modular Transports (SPMT) to construct six of 12 bridges and one of from 85 to 173 ft. (25.9 to 52.7 m) and were 43 to Contractors noted that private insurance 94 ft. (13 to 28.6 m) wide, Carlye Sommers, pub- carriers must mark up premiums as much two ramps in the project. The $139 million project along a 2-mi. stretch lic involvement manager for Lochner said. The as 35 percent when dealing with small groups in order to meet profit targets and from State Street to 1300 East through Salt Lake largest weighed in at 1,350 tons (1,220 t). The SPMTs that moved the bridges had offset overhead. Whereas associations can City includes construction of the bridges and ramp “not at their final location,” John Montoya, approximately 250 wheels and moved at an aver- provide the same administrative services project manager said. Instead, the girders and age speed of five miles per hour, Sommers said. for their members at a cost of 15 percent or The only route crews could move the bridges less — if, that is, members are allowed to decks were constructed on the ground at a “bridge farm.” Massive transporters moved them to be down was the same one they were working on so buy insurance through small business lifted into place along the expressway

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In trucking, cooperation is everything. The same could be said for construction work, all contracting and the running of any successful club or organization. Cooperation in all these arenas came together as one at the Antique Truck Club of America’s Little Rhody Chapter’ Sixth Annual Antique Truck Show on Sept. 13 on the Washington County Fairgrounds in Richmond, R.I. Working in conjunction with the Historical Construction Equipment Association’s (HCEA) Northeast Rockbusters once again, more than 60 members of the local Antique Truck Club brought out their finest old equipment, to the delight and surprise of other members, guests and enthusiasts. The Antique Truck Club and the Rockbusters hold this event every September drawing people from every New England state. Machines that range from the unusual to the sublime fill the flat fields of the fairgrounds for passersby to

admire. “We combine our shows. We support them and they support us, even in the rain,” said Jackie Volatile, who organizes these shows with her husband, Roger the club’ president. What made the presidential couple so proud this year was that the event was organized to raise money and food for the Rhode Island Food Bank. We brought in 800 pounds of canned goods. Last year, we fed 2,000 needy families for a year and we are quite proud of that,” said Jackie Volatile. They also are very proud of the cooperation and shared interests of their members who bring any and all working antique machines to these events, as long as they are able. “We welcome classic trucks, we welcome tractors, anything that comes in,” added Roger Volatile. “Antique is antique to us.” The Volatiles represent the Little Rhody Chapter at national events, usually held in the National Chapter’s home state of Pennsylvania. “There are 21 different chapters in the see ROCKBUSTERS page 14

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A eries of torrential downpours in the Atlanta metro area in late September caused what U.S. Geological Survey experts deemed a 500-year flood, leaving 10 people dead and 20 counties in Georgia disaster areas. The rain also triggered extensive flooding throughout Geor T nnessee and Alabama. Flooding in Atlanta peaked on Sept. 21, after more than 20 in. of rain fell overnight. Georgia Gov Sonny Perdue quickly declared a state of emergency in 17 Georgia counties, clearing the way for the massive deployment of state personnel and equipment. President Barack Obama followed suit in similar rapid , issuing a Federal Disaster Declaration for individual assistance to aid residents of the 14 counties that were hardest hit: Carroll, Catoosa, Chattooga, Cherokee, Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fulton, Gwinnett, Newton, Paulding, Rockdale, Stephens and W lker The Georgia Emergency Management Agency coordinated the state’s recovery effort with local, state, federal and volunteer counterparts. “Damage assessment teams are continuing to work with local authorities in all affected areas of the state to assess losses,” Geor Emergency Management Agency Director Charley English told reporters in the days following the flood. With reports of closed highways, roads, bridges, schools and businesses, and as many as 20,000 homes and other structures that have suffered major damage, Georgia Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine adjusted his initial estimate of flood-related insurance claims, doubling the total to as much as $500 million. However Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin, isn’t happy with even the revised numbers. She predicted to presidential officials that damage will reach $1 billion, pointing out that repairing the R.M. Clayton sewage treatment plant on the Chattahoochee River could cost $100 million alone. GDOT Deployment While stating its own prediction of $2 billion in damages, the Georgia Department of see FLOOD page 25

Cat 321C LCR and 330DL excavators are hard at work at a C.W. Matthews project in Northeast Cobb County, Ga., for emergency Cobb DOT road replacement, which included installation of a triple barrel 72 in (183 cm)., 70 ft. (21 m) long piping system and temporary road to service 40 homes that were without a roadway to get out of their Waterford subdivision homes.

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In 2005, the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) law was passed by Congress. W th BRAC, the Department of Defense reorganized its installation infrastructure in order to more effectively and efficiently support its forces. As a result of this law operational readiness would increase and allow for innovation in doing business. A major change that has occurred under BRAC involves moving two commands, U.S. Armed Forces Command (FORSCOM) and

the U.S. Army Reserve Command from Fort McPherson, in Atlanta, to Fort Bragg, in Fayetteville, N.C. The new Command Headquarters complex is currently under construction at Fort Bragg. The groundbreaking ceremony for the Command Headquarters complex was held December 8, 2008, and construction began in February 2009. The building will house both commands, but they will remain separate. According to Billy Birdwell, Public Affairs Specialist, Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), “The consee BRAC page 67

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For the past three years, the Indiana Toll Road has undergone major improvements. These improvements came about as a result of the growing population in Lake and Porter

counties, necessitating the ITR Concession Company LLC (ITRCC) to widen the Indiana Toll Road. As a result, ITRCC hired Indiana TollRoads Contractors LLC, a joint venture between Ferrovial Agroman Indiana LLC see TOLL page 50

For the third time in 20 years, Mike Myszkowski, Illinois Department of Transportation engineer, is resurfacing the Bishop Ford Freeway just outside of Chicago. In 1989, a “surface fix” was performed, putting down a 2-in. (5 cm) layer of asphalt. In 1998, the work needed to be repeated, due to wear caused by heavy traffic. Nearly 10 years later, the road once again needs repair. The current rehabilitation project involves resurfacing all lanes and shoulders of the 9-mi. (14.5 km) stretch of freeway between Martin Luther King Drive and 159th Street, as well as pavement patching, bridge repairs, new guardrail installation and exit/entrance ramp resurfacing — including the Stony Island Feeder Ramp. One of nearly 250 “shovel-ready” construction projects in Illinois, the $27.5 million job, funded by the Stimulus Plan — President Obama’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, is a joint venture headed by Chicago area-based Gallagher Asphalt and K-Five Construction. Let in April, work got see BISHOP page 42

Annual Chicago Construction Expo Draws Nears Mark your calendars! The fourth annual Chicago Construction Expo at the Renaissance Shaumburg Convention Center in Schaumburg, Ill., is primed and ready to go on Wednesday, Feb. 24 and Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010. Show hours will be 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors have come to expect an extensive and diverse collection of exhibitors at the Chicago Construction Expo, and this year’s show will be no different. Additionally, the expo will provide networking and educational opportunities for attendees. This year’s show will feature several seminars, training sessions and certification programs including Julie One Call, LICA and UCA as presenters. The show is going green this year, with the introduc-

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Caltrans Completes $35M Highway 50 By Erik Pisor CEG CORRESPONDENT

Located along California’s main route to and from South Lake Tahoe, U.S. Highway 50, the city of Placerville typically is not the site of larger, highway construction projects, as the city has a population of around 10,000. However, a $35 million highway improvement project — aimed at reducing congestion along Highway 50 and connecting Placerville’s business districts — was recently completed within the city.

As of October, San Francisco-based Mitchell Engineering had finished work on the U.S. Highway 50 Operational Improvement Project, which began in June 2006, according to Mic Restaino, resident engineer for Caltrans District 3. Spanning 1.4 mi. (2.2 km), the project consisted of bridge widening and replacement, the relocation of sewer lines, the building of a direct connection between two Placerville streets and highway widening. Construction of the project was broken down in two stages, with five to six sub- stages of construction occurring at each location, said

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A dynamic apprenticeship program will not by itself save the U.S. construction industry from a looming shortage of skilled labor, but it is “one of the pieces of the puzzle” to stabilizing the labor situation, say industry leaders. Unions, contractors and associations operate apprenticeship programs mostly to teach trade skills. However, they also hope the programs will swell the ranks of craftspeople and retain

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their workplace allegiance for a lifetime. The ultimate goal of every apprenticeship program sponsor in the country is to boost both the quality and quantity of trained construction laborers. How they pursue this common objective differs in a variety of ways. To produce skilled workers in such fields as carpentry, cement masonry and construction laborer, contractors in the Master Builders’ Association of Western Pennsylvania mostly work through trade unions. It is an association that goes back a long ways: the Master

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2006 John Deere 700J, Stk# 6227, OROPS, Sweeps, Screens, 6-Way Blade, 80% U/C, 2023 Hrs.. .....................................................................$56,500

2005 Case 580M, #6411, OROPS, Turbo, 4WD, 2012 Hrs, 70% Tires, 24” Bkt, Pilot Control ...........$29,500

1996 Komatsu D65PX-12, Stk# 6364, OROPS, St/Tilt Blade, 90% U/C, 7647 Hrs....................$36,500

2007 Genie GTH1056, Stk# 6424, 10,000 lbs., 56 ft., 2005 Komatsu PC300LC-7L, #6442, EROPS, A/C, 80% Foam Filled Tires, 1,464 hrs, Out Riggers, Perkins 6286 Hrs, No Aux. Hyd., 80% U/C, 62” Bkt .$72,500 Eng. ..................................................................$42,500

2005 Komatsu D31EX, #5777, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 951 Hrs, 80% U/C .............................$34,500

2004 Cat D6R LGP, Stk# 6455, EROPS, A/C, Radio, 2000 Ingersoll Rand SD70D, Stk# 6164, 66” Smooth 1979 Cat D8K, Stk# 6418, EROPS, A/C, Semi U w/Tilt, Sweeps, St/Tilt Blade, 4990 Hrs, Aux. Hyd. (w/Ripper 2008 New Holland C175, Stk# 6423, OROPS, 60” Bkt, Aux. Hyd., Rubber Tracks, N.H. Eng ...........$24,500 Drum w/Pad Drum Shell Kit, 2,611 hrs. ...........$22,500 70% U/C, 5,953 hrs..........................................$46,500 $105,000), (w/Winch $106,500) ....................$89,500

2006 Cat D6N LGP, #6456, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, Diff. Steer, 70% U/C, 5827 Hrs.....................$69,500

2003 Case 1650K LGP, Stk# 5552, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 80% U/C, 2954 Hrs, 32” Pads ..............$48,500

2000 Cat D6R XL, #6373, OROPS, Sweeps, Rear Screens, Semi U/Tilt Blade, 80% U/C, 8,311 hrs, Carco 2000 Bomag BW156PD-H3, #6341, 56" Pad Drum 70A Winch ....................................................$79,500 w/Bld, 2,028 hrs, 60% Tires, Cummins Eng .$17,500

2004 Terex 5519, Stk# 5415, 5500 Lbs, 19’, 4WD, 4WS, 2035 Hrs, 50% Foam Filled Tires, Deutz Eng. .. ....................................................................$22,500

2002 Cat D6R LGP, Stk# 6246, EROPS, A/C, Radio, Sweeps, St/Tilt Blade, 70% U/C, 9076 Hrs..................... ...........w/Cat Winch $82,500 w/NO Winch $69,500

1998 Skytrak 3606, #6434, 6,000lbs., 36 ft., 4WD, 3,279 hrs, 50% Foam Filled Tires ................$16,500

2007 Cat 315CL, Stk# 6457, EROPS, A/C, Radio, 6818 Hrs, 80% U/C, 40” Bkt.........................................$52,500

1995 Gradall G3WD Series E, Stk# 6452, 34,193 Miles, 2WD, 90% Tires, 6 Cyl., 60” Ditching Bkt, 2007 JCB 506C, Stk# 5980, NEW, 6000 Lbs, 36’, Cummins Diesel Eng.........................................$12,500 4WD, 7 Hrs, 48” Frame Forks .......................$34,500

2005 John Deere 450J LGP, Stk# 6335, OROPS, 6 way blade, 50% UC, 2,268 hrs....................................$32,500

2006 John Deere 450J LT, #6392, OROPS, 6 Way 2006 Bobcat T190, Stk# 6438, OROPS, 1229 Hrs, 2008 New Holland C175, #6422, OROPS, 235 hrs, Blade, 80% U/C, 1,980 hrs............................$36,500 Rubber Tracks, Aux. Hyd .......................................$16,500 60" Bucket, Rubber Tracks, N.H. Eng............$24,500

2004 John Deere 310G, Stk# 6353, OROPS, 4WD, 1,814 hrs, 70% Tires, 24" Quick Connect Bucket, Aux. Hyd................................................................$29,500

2004 SuperPac 6620, #6154, 66" Smooth Drum, 317 Hrs, Cummins Eng..................................$32,500

2006 Cat 318CL, Stk# 6277, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3,808 hrs, 80% U/C, 1.2 yards Bucket w/Thumb .......... ........................................................................$58,500

2008 Komatsu PC50-MR2, Stk# 6352, OROPS, 18 hrs, 18" Bkt, (16' digging depth, 19'7" Reach), Aux Hyd, Rubber Tracks....................................................$42,500

2004 Hitachi 270LC Zaxis, Stk# 5611, EROPS, A/C, 80% U/C, 7,149 Hrs, 48" Bucket ..........$62,500

1981 Broce D18, Stk# 6405, 8 ft. Broom, 451 hrs, Ford Gas Engine....................................................$3,250

1999 Case 570L XT, #6390, OROPS, 4WD, 3,132 hrs., 70% Tires, 6 ft. Box Blade....................$13,500

2000 JLG 600S, Stk# 6190, 500 Lbs, 60’, 4WD, 3696 Hrs, Diesel Eng ..............................................$15,500

2005 Lull 944E-42, Stk# 6433, 9,000 lbs, 42 ft., 3,553 hrs, 4WD, 4WS, 80% Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. Tilt Carriage, Hyd. Leveling Sys., Rotating Forks..$26,500

1998 Genie S60, Stk# 6171, 500 Lbs, 60’, 4WD, 4540 Hrs, Diesel Eng ......................................$13,500

2003 Cat D4G XL, #6166, OROPS, Sweeps, Screens, Genie GTH636, #6421, 6,000 lbs., 36 ft., 887 hrs, 4WD, 90% Foam Filled Tires, JD Eng ............$29,500 60% U/C, 6-Way Blade, 7294 Hrs ....................$29,500


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Great Used Equipment Values ARTICULATED TRUCKS

CRUSHERS

GRAPPLES

TRACK LOADERS

1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1958 ........................$13,000 1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1821 ........................$13,000 1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1816 ........................$13,000 1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1957 ........................$13,000 2004 JCB 714, S/N E0830195 ............................$53,600 2004 JOHN DEERE 400D, S/N BE400DT201041 .............. ..........................................................................$135,200 2006 KOMATSU HM300-0, S/N A11002 ..........$131,600 1994 VOLVO A25C, S/N A25V8715 ....................$33,500 (2) 1994 VOLVO A30, S/N V1487 ..............From $30,100 (2) 1998 VOLVO A35C, S/N V5086 ............From $42,700 2001 VOLVO A35D, S/N 61113 ..........................$73,000

2006 BL PEGSON 1000SR, S/N 100312DDSR ..$362,000 2004 CEC 102X115, S/N 4538 ..........................$161,500 2007 EAGLE 1200-25, S/N 30696......................$346,300 2003 EXTEC 1013, S/N 7864 ............................$200,500 2001 EXTEC MEGA-BITE, S/N 6024 ..................$136,200 2006 IROCK RDS15H, S/N P90216 ..................$451,300

2007 PEMBERTON CAST, S/N C/EGR-004-4-0606 .......... ............................................................................$11,600 (3) 2007 PEMBERTON MATERIAL, S/N MDG300-194-50607 ....................................................................$11,600

(2) 2000 JOHN DEERE 555G, S/N 890992 ..........$21,500 2005 TAKEUCHI TL140, S/N 21402461 ..............$17,000

CURB & GUTTER MACHINES

2006 RAMMER S-27, S/N 27AAA0667 ..................$8,600 2003 STANLEY MB50EXS, S/N 2279 ....................VALUE!

2008 Bengal TG1000P ..........................................$9,600 2005 GOMACO GT3600, S/N 902900-641 ..........$90,400 2006 GOMACO GT3600, S/N 902900716 ..........$120,000

DRILLS

ASPHALT PAVERS 1999 BLAW KNOX PF161, S/N 16126-04 ..........$24,300 1998 BLAW KNOX PF3172, S/N 317211-08 ......$29,500 2000 LEEBOY 8500, S/N 2497-8500 ..................$18,500

BACKHOE LOADERS 2006 DEERE 410G, S/N 946106 ..........................$46,000 2005 JCB 214 SERIES III, S/N 904421 ................$20,700 2004 JOHN DEERE 210LE, S/N T0210LE882955.............. ............................................................................$16,000 2002 JOHN DEERE 310G, S/N 907184 ................$24,200 2004 JOHN DEERE 310SG, S/N 926142 ..............$29,000 2004 JOHN DEERE 710G, S/N 939117 ................$45,000 2003 VOLVO BL70D, S/N 10269 ..........................$28,200

CHIPPER 2002 CBI 4000B, S/N 4840HZK34123A0660 ....$152,000

COMPACTORS 2004 AMPAC P33/23, S/N 33071104 ....................$6,000 2001 BOMAG BW142PDB-2, S/N 136510511036 ............ ............................................................................$14,000 1994 DYNAPAC CA151PD, S/N 59810775 ..........$21,700 2000 DYNAPAC CA250PD, S/N 65320989 ..........$31,100 1996 FORD LN8000, S/N 1FDXR82EXTVA27463.............. ............................................................................$11,000 2006 HAMM 3410, S/N H1690654 ......................$37,000 2006 HAMM 3410, S/N H1690638 ......................$38,000 2006 HAMM 3410, S/N H1690694 ......................$38,000 1988 INGERSOLL RAND DD90, S/N 5454S ........$13,000 2000 INGERSOLL RAND PT125R, S/N 164701 ..$21,000 2005 INGERSOLL RAND SD100D, S/N 151759 ..$61,500 1998 INGERSOLL RAND SD100F, S/N 154044....$29,000 1997 INGERSOLL RAND SD70D, S/N 148473 ....$19,500 2000 INGERSOLL RAND SD70D, S/N 163541 ....$27,000 2000 INGERSOLL RAND SD70D, S/N 165166 ....$27,700 1999 INGERSOLL RAND SD70F, S/N 157999......$19,000 2006 INGERSOLL RAND SD70F, S/N 191728......$37,400 2003 INGERSOLL RAND SD77F, S/N 174481......$24,500 2005 INGERSOLL RAND SD77F TF, S/N 179314.............. ............................................................................$27,500 (2) 2005 SAKAI SV505T, S/N VSV16-40175........$44,600 1999 STONE 3100 WOLFPAC, S/N 2699294 ........$3,000 1999 Vibromax W1103D, S/N JKC8302602 ........$33,200 2003 VIBROMAX W1105D, S/N JKC8305009......$32,500 (2) 2006 WACKER BS50-2I, S/N 88591....................$800 (2) 2003 WACKER RT820, S/N 5396924 ..............$6,500 (4) 2006 WACKER RT82SC, S/N 5671753 ............$9,200

CONCRETE PUMPS 2000 CONCORD CCP 36M15, S/N 1M2K197C21M017771 ......................................$121,500 1999 Mack MR688, S/N 1M2K189C5XM013746.............. ............................................................................$89,800 2004 MACK MR688S, S/N 1M2K197C74M023571 .......... ..........................................................................$182,300

CONVEYORS 2005 POWERSCREEN 1400, S/N 6614644 ........$101,500 2006 POWERSCREEN M85, S/N 6103501 ..........$38,500 2007 RADIAL CONVEYOR STACKING, S/N 24X60-070101 ....................................................................$12,200

2006 ATLAS COPCO ECM590, S/N 11457 ........$161,500 2008 DITCH WITCH JT1220, S/N J1220A80000278 ........ ............................................................................$64,000 2007 DITCH WITCH JT520, S/N CMWFT5XXE70000081.. ............................................................................$40,000

EXCAVATORS 2001 BOBCAT 331D, S/N 232511818 ..................$12,200 2002 BOBCAT 341D, S/N 233212073 ..................$19,100 2001 DAEWOO S170-V, S/N 1041 ......................$30,000 2001 DEERE 200LC, S/N 501934 ........................$32,000 2004 DEERE 330CLC, S/N 82918 ........................$54,500 2004 HITACHI EX550LC, S/N 7417 ....................$124,100 2006 HITACHI ZX350LC-3, S/N FF00ASP920074 ............ ..........................................................................$100,000 2004 JOHN DEERE 160C, S/N FF160CX044325 .............. ............................................................................$47,500 1998 JOHN DEERE 230LC, S/N FF0230X060077.............. ............................................................................$33,200 2004 JOHN DEERE 330C LC, S/N 082992 ..........$67,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 330CL, S/N 082448 ..............$59,000 2005 JOHN DEERE 330CL, S/N 083241 ..............$76,000 2005 JOHN DEERE 330CL, S/N 804394 ..............$76,000 1999 JOHN DEERE 330LC, S/N FF0330X080564.............. ............................................................................$39,500 2004 JOHN DEERE 330LC, S/N 082657 ..............$67,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 450CLC, S/N FF450CX091265 .......... ............................................................................$80,300 1999 JOHN DEERE 450L, S/N FF0450X090297 ..$49,000 1999 JOHN DEERE 450LC, S/N 90419 ................$51,700 1988 JOHN DEERE 790D, S/N 790DL007763......$12,200 2006 KOBELCO 70SR, S/N YT0306041 ....................POR 2002 KOBELCO SK200SR, S/N YB0201701 ........$38,500 2001 Kobelco SK250, S/N LL08U0421................$35,900 1998 KOBELCO SK300LC, S/N YCU0961 ............$24,500 2004 Kobelco SK330, S/N YC07-U0745 ..............$50,100 2003 KOBELCO SK480, S/N YS06U0273 ............$56,000 2007 KOMATSU 78MR, S/N 1002449..................$43,500 2001 KOMATSU PC300LC, S/N A84699 ..............$50,000 2000 KOMATSU PC300LC-6LE, S/N A84629 ......$45,500 (2) 2004 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, S/N J20408......$87,500 2003 KOMATSU PC400LC-6, S/N A85328 ..........$85,000 2005 KOMATSU PC600LC-7, S/N 20108 ..........$225,000 2007 TAKEUCHI TB145, S/N 14516716 ..............$34,100 2007 TAKEUCHI TB175, S/N 17515812 ..............$53,400 2003 VOLVO EC210BLC, S/N EC210BLC11522 ..$49,800 2007 VOLVO EC210CL, S/N 210C110192 ............$75,000 2003 VOLVO EC240BLC, S/N V10780..................$58,500 (6) VOLVO EC330BLC, S/N V10081 ..........From $60,800 2005 VOLVO EC360BLC, S/N 11632 ....................$93,600 2006 VOLVO EC460BLC, S/N 80037 ..................$139,500

FORESTRY 2002 JOHN DEERE 843H, S/N 882070 ................$49,000 1993 MORBARK WOLVERINE, S/N 4172 ............$19,800 2000 MULTITEK 3040-90XP FIREWOO, S/N 5050200 .... ............................................................................$36,500 2005 TIMBER KING TK722, S/N C10300205 ....$109,500 2005 WARATAH HTH622B, S/N 622342 ..............$48,500

HAMMERS

HORIZONTAL GRINDERS 2007 MORBARK 4600XL, S/N 188-1042 ..........$382,800

LIFT TRUCKS 2007 CLARK CMP70, S/N CMP570D-0894-9590 ............ ............................................................................$31,400 2006 GEHL RS5-34, S/N RS5JW0912223 ..........$26,000 2007 GENIE GTH-5519, S/N 16804 ....................$31,500 (2) 2004 KOMATSU FG35ST-7, S/N 103491..........$8,500 1994 Moffet M5000, S/N 4414 ..............................$4,400 (2) 2005 PRINCETON PB-50, S/N P10462 ..........$18,200 2000 Skytrak 8042, S/N 13340............................$21,100 (2) 2006 TAYLOR THC-300S, S/N 33008 ..........$100,000 2006 TAYLOR THC-400L, S/N 33106 ................$116,500

MISCELLANEOUS 2007 DITCH WITCH FX30, S/N FX30X0436 ........$27,500 1996 INGERSOLL RAND 185, S/N 144690 ............$3,800

TRACK TYPE TRACTORS 2001 DEERE 550H, S/N 898990 ..........................$31,000 2004 DEERE 650H, S/N 930092 ..........................$35,500 2004 DEERE 650H, S/N 931730 ..........................$35,500 2004 DEERE 650H LGP, S/N 926713 ..................$46,500 2004 DEERE 700H, S/N 938631 ..........................$52,500 2000 JOHN DEERE 450H, S/N 883527 ................$23,500 2003 JOHN DEERE 450H, S/N T0450HX913212 $27,500 2007 JOHN DEERE 450J LGP, S/N 117871 ........$40,800 1998 JOHN DEERE 650G LGP, S/N 84881.......... $24,500 (3) 2000 JOHN DEERE 650H, S/N 891545 ...................... ..................................................................From $29,500 2005 JOHN DEERE 850JLT, S/N TO850JX113640 ............ ..........................................................................$117,000 2004 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1578 ..............$39,600 2004 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1553 ..............$39,600 (2) 2005 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1721 ........$45,100

TRACTORS AG 2002 MASSEY FERGUSON 243, S/N J23115 ........$6,100 2005 MASSEY FERGUSON 461, S/N EP10060 ......$9,200 (4) 2003 MASSEY FERGUSON MF451-4, S/N BN15020 .. ....................................................................From $7,000 2002 McCORMICK F70XL, S/N PFKCM50202 ....$11,200

MIXER

TRAILER - REEFERS

(3) 2006 MACK CV713, S/N 1M2AG11C16M030801........ ............................................................................$78,000

MOTOR GRADERS

(2) 1999 TRAILER HEATED, S/N 1GRAA0620XB024202 .. ..............................................................................$3,900 1997 TRAILER REFRIGERATED, S/N 1GRAA062XVB089443 ..........................................$7,300

2004 JOHN DEERE 670CH, S/N DW670CH590183 .......... ............................................................................$82,100 2000 KOMATSU GD530A-2, S/N 210391 ............$51,500 2004 KOMATSU GD655-3C, S/N 51038 ............$112,300

2007 SMITHCO SL24034, S/N 1S9SS40227L476357 ...... ............................................................................$33,000

TRAILER SIDE DUMP

MULTI-PROCESSOR

TRENCHER

2002 Labounty UP30, S/N UP30204 ..................$26,200

1999 DITCH WITCH 3700LJ, S/N 3X0647 ............$3,900

PULVERIZER

TRUCK CRANES

1973 Bros LSPRM8A, S/N 4150 ............................$6,000

1987 LIEBHERR LTM1160, S/N 12413 ..............$295,200 1988 MACK RD690SX, S/N 1M2P199C7JW003016 ........ ............................................................................$62,000 2006 STERLING LT7501, S/N 2FZHATDCX6AV55737 ...... ..........................................................................$152,400

SCRAPERS - MOTORS 1988 JOHN DEERE 862B, S/N 744221 ................$17,000 (3) 1979 TEREX TS14B, S/N 17U0T61100 ...................... ..................................................................From $13,000

SCRAPER - PULL TYPE 1975 ROME R67H, S/N R67H10516 ......................$1,500

SCREENING PLANTS 2007 EXTEC E7, S/N 10502 ..............................$155,000 2006 WILDCAT 510 COUGAR, S/N 1W9SS26156F351462 ........................................$63,500

SKID STEER LOADERS 2002 BOBCAT A300, S/N 539911335 ..................$17,100 2007 DITCH WITCH XT850, S/N CMWXT850C8C80000256....................................$16,500 1998 JOHN DEERE 8875, S/N 040509 ................$10,000

SKIDDER 2003 JOHN DEERE 648G-III TC, S/N 588699 ......$45,500

STABILIZER/RECLAIMER 2005 ZIPPER AZ-480HD, S/N 109FS08235U022988........ ............................................................................$35,000

TUB GRINDER 1999 DIAMOND Z 1352BL1, S/N 1D9FX4232XN147001 .. ..........................................................................$150,800 2007 Vermeer TG7000, S/N 1VRY4536271000154 ........ ..........................................................................$378,000

WHEEL LOADERS 1999 DEERE 644H, S/N 572749 ..........................$46,700 1999 JOHN DEERE 444H, S/N DW444HX573676 ............ ............................................................................ $26,500 1999 JOHN DEERE 544H, S/N 572508 ................$35,000 2000 JOHN DEERE 624H, S/N 578008 ................$41,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 724J, S/N 588116 ................$70,500 (2) 2006 KAWASAKI KSS65Z-V, S/N 65C4-5475 .............. ..................................................................From $53,200 1998 KOMATSU WA180-3L, S/N A90247 ............$27,400 1997 KOMATSU WA250, S/N A70085..................$24,200 2006 KOMATSU WA250PT-5L, S/N A79287 ........$63,000 1998 KOMATSU WA450-3, S/N 53217 ................$36,900 2001 VOLVO L70D, S/N V19086 ..........................$41,400 2005 VOLVO L70E, S/N V60611 ..........................$71,000

Machines are located in various parts of the U.S. Please call for locations and pricing. Visit our website at FCCEF.com for pictures and more information. Call Darold Longhofer at (904)625-9259 or Cell (904)610-7939 or Home (904)880-3587. Allen Breinig at (904)625-9290. Tom Camphire at (904)625-9263. In Mexico call Luis Ramirez at 01 81 24 51 42 34 or cell 044 81 15 08 47 96. El Cercado (Monterrey) NL. Email daroldlonghofer@fccef.com. thomascamphire@fccef.com allenbreinig@fccef.com

FCC EQUIPMENT FINANCING (A Caterpillar Company) Jacksonville, FL Darold Longhofer (904)625-9259 • Cell (904)610-7939 • Home (904)880-3587


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Value Priced • Quality Equipment

Call Gary or Wendy Today

For more details on our used equipment visit www.roadmachinery.com/equipment

866-400-5250

2000 KOMATSU PC128UU-2, Stk# 12157, 5404 hours, Cab w/Air, offset boom ........................................................................$54,445

2005 KOMATSU WA500-3, Stk# 12249, 6122 Hrs, ROPS Cab, A/C, GP Bucket w/BOCE....................................................................$183,334

2005 KOMATSU WA200PTL-5, Stk# 12482, 5775 Hrs, Cab, GP Bucket ................................................................................$72,223

2006 KOMATSU PC300-7, Stk# 11292, 507 hours, Cab with A/C, 10'5" Stick, 30" Track........................................................$216,667 All certified machines include a minimum of 30 days powertrain warranty. All certified machines include the following financing (OAC). Subject to change without notice. 12 Months - 3.5% • 24 Months - 4.5% • 36 Months - 5.5% • 48 Months - 6.5%

Miscellaneous

Year

STK#

Hours

KOMATSU D65E-12

2001

12234

3235

Excavators Crawlers Year

STK#

Hours

KOMATSU PC120-6E0 2003

12274

2253

$50,000

KOMATSU PC128UU-2 2000

12157

5404

$54,445

KOMATSU PC128UU-2 2000

12158

5257

$46,667

KOMATSU PC200-8

2006

11167

1281

$110,000

KOMATSU PC200LC-7 2005

11166

1645

$108,889

KOMATSU PC200LC-7 2005

11172

1592

$127,778

KOMATSU PC200LC-7 2005

11171

1499

$138,889

KOMATSU PC200LC-7 2005

11170

1268

$127,778

KOMATSU PC200-7

2004

11169

1157

$108,889

KOMATSU PC200-7

2004

10864

2168

$110,000

KOMATSU PC228US-3 2003

10865

2998

$83,334

KOMATSU PC300LC-7 2006

11292

512

$216,667

KOMATSU PC300LC-7 2005

11163

2229

$138,889

KOMATSU PC300LC-7 2005

11165

2066

$177,778

KOMATSU PC400LC-7 2005

9883

3183

$227,778

KOMATSU PC400LC-7 2005

11162

3482

$287,778

KOMATSU PC450LC-7 2005

9593

3756

$194,445

KOMATSU PC750LC-7 2005

9293

2939

$416,667

Year

STK#

Hours

KOMATSU WA200PTL-5 2005

12482

5808

$72,223

KOMATSU WA320-3L

1997

12322

11014

$45,556

KOMATSU WA380-5

2006

9790

1932

$127,778

KOMATSU WA380-5

2003

10867

5521

$116,667

KOMATSU WA380-3L

1998

12145

12294

$60,000

KOMATSU WA380-3

1998

9569

7250

$94,445

KOMATSU WA500-3LK 2005

12229

7131

$183,334

KOMATSU WA500-3LK 2005

12249

6124

$183,334

Wheel Loaders

Price $75,000

Price

Price

Komatsu Remarketing Certified Used Equipment

Used Equipment Inquiries

Komatsu Distributor

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Contact

Contact

Gary Beal Vice President of Sales 866-400-5250 gbeal@roadmachinery.com

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For all other inquiries contact your local branch

1997 KOMATSU WA320-3L, Stk# 12322, 11000 Hrs, ROPS Cab, Fair Tires ............................................................................$45,556

2001 KOMATSU D65-12, Stk# 12234, 3233 hours, Cab with A/C, SU Blade and Ripper ..........................................................$75,000

2005 KOMATSU PC400LC-7, Stk# 9883, 3183 hours, Cab w/AC .. ........................................................................................$227,778

1998 KOMATSU WA380-3, Stk# 9569, 7250 hours, ROPS, Cab w/ A/C, GP BUCKET w/ BO Teeth ............................................$94,445 Arizona

California

Texas

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El Paso 915-872-1001

New Mexico Albuquerque 505-345-8383 Farmington 505-324-8601

Mexico Cananea, Sonora 011-52-645-3328300

Corporate Headquarters 716 South 7th Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 Phone: 602-252-7121 Fax: 602-253-9690 www.roadmachinery.com


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Visit: www.hulls151.com for Complete Inventory & Photos

2002 Volvo L190D

Cab, Heat, A/C, 7396 hours, Volvo QC w/ 3.5 yd. bucket, ride control, 20.5R25 tires @ 80%, exceptionally sharp, all original, lower hour loader, very tight, forks available ........................................................$66,900 WHEEL LOADERS 2005 JD 444J, AC, 3307 hrs, QC w/2.5 yd bkt, 20.5x25’s, Sharp! ............$65,900 2002 Volvo L90D, 7396 hrs, AC, 3.5 yd bkt, RC, 20.5R25, 80%, Sharp! ..$66,900 2004 Komatsu WA250PT-5L, AC, QC, 4233 hrs, 3rd valve, 3 yd ..............$63,900 2004 Komatsu WA250PT-5L, AC, QC, 6316 hrs, 3rd valve, 3 yd ..............$61,900 2007 JD 544J, AC, 10,175 Light Duty Hrs, new tires & paint, Nice! ..........$62,900 2002 Volvo L70D, cab, AC, heat, QC, 3 yd bkt, 58” forks, Nice! ................$57,500 1997 Kawasaki 70Z IV, C/H, 7700 hrs, 3.5 yd, new paint, 95% L5 tires ....$44,900 2005 Cat 906, A/C, 2031 hrs, QC bkt & forks, new paint, Nice!..................$41,500 1994 Case 621B, C/H, 8712 hrs, 2.5 yd. bkt, New Paint & tires ................$39,900 2006 Case 621D, Cab, A/C, JRB QC, 6933 hrs, new paint, new tires ....COMING! 1998 JD 444H, cab, AC/heat, 12,218 hrs, QC w/2.5 yd bkt, Sharp! ..........$39,950 (2) 1978 JD 544B, C/H, 2 yd. bkt., 3976 & 11,000 hrs, Very Clean! ..........$17,950

LOADER BACKHOES & SKIP LOADERS 2007 CASE 570M XT, 297 hrs, AC, 4WD, Ride CTL, Turbo, 3 pt, bld ........$46,900 2005 JCB 214, C/H, 4x4, E-Hoe, Pilot Ctls, 919 hrs, 36” bkt., 3rd valve & Q/C to front bucket, (4/1 bkt avail), 50% tires, Like New Condition ........................$42,900 2005 Case 580SM II, cab, heat, 4x4, Ext. hoe, 4-in-1 bkt, 3272 hrs, Clean! ....Call 2005 Case 590SM II, cab, heat, std hoe, 4x4, 2888 hrs, X Sharp! ............$42,900

EXCAVATORS 2000 2003 1996 2003 2003 1996 2001 2000

Cat 325BL, AC, 5,119 hrs, aux hyd, sharp, local one owner ............$68,900 Cat 315CL, C/AC/H, 5021 hrs, 48” Bkt, V. Sharp & Tight! ................$58,900 Cat 320BL, C/AC/H, 8100 hrs, QC w/48” Bkt, 24” bkt avail ..............$51,900 Cat 311 CU, AC, 1894 hrs, zero turn, 34” bkt, Tight, Nice! ..............$45,900 Komatsu PC120-6E0, C/AC/H, 2380 hrs, plumbed, V Sharp! ..........$48,900 JD 590D, 6738 Hrs, Exc. U/C, 8'6" wide, Q/C w/36” bkt. Sharp! ......$31,500 Komatsu PC78US-5, A/C, 3738 hrs, rubber pads, new paint............$28,500 Bobcat 334 Mini, 928 hrs, Exc. Rubber Tires, Tight & Sharp! ..........$15,900

2006 2004 2000 2000 2000 1999 1995 1991 1979 1991 1997 1986

JD 650J, A/C, 6-way, 2700 hrs, Exc. U/C, Clean! ..........................COMING! JD 755C, CRL. LDR., AC, only 1631 Hrs, one owner, new uc ..........$84,900 JD 450H LT, cab, AC, 6 way, 2275 hrs, 75% UC, Very Sharp! ..........$39,950 JD 450H LGP, 3990 hrs, new UC, new poly paint..............................$35,900 Cat D3C XL, hystat, cab, heat, new Cat UC, 4110 hrs, Nice! ............$31,500 Komatsu D39E, 2545 hrs, 6 way, 85% uc, new paint, V. Good! ......$28,900 JD 550G IV, 6 way, 2703 hrs, 2 owners, Very Nice............................$26,900 Cat D4H, 5203 hrs, new Cat UC, 6-way, Very Sharp, 1 Owner! ........$32,900 JD750, cab, heat, str. blade w/tilt, low hours, 80% uc, Clean! ..........$23,910 JD550G, 6 way, 85% UC, new poly paint, Tight & Nice! ....................$23,900 Cat D4C, 6 way, 3652 hrs, 60% UC, Very Clean! ..............................$22,500 Case 450C, 6 way, 4674 hr, recent new UC and Paint, Exc! ............$17,500

2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2000 2000 1998

Case 40XT, cab, heat, 925 hrs, aux hyd, 65% tires, Sharp! ..............$15,900 JD 250, cab, AC, 1239 Hrs, 50% 12x16.5 tires w/steel tracks ..........$14,950 Cat 257B, track skid steer, 1870 hrs, excellent UC Sharp! ................$16,495 JCB 506C, 1250 hrs, 6000 lb, 36’ reach ht, 90% tires, like New ......$28,900 Sky Trak 6042, 1700 hrs, 4WD, 42’ reach, 70% tires, tight, Nice......$29,750 Sky Trak 8042, 8000 lb, 42’ reach, 4675 hrs, 80% tires, Exc! ..........$25,900 JCB 506C, 6000 lb, 42’ reach, 3500 hr, good tires, Exc Cond!..........$19,500 JCB 930, 4x4, 6000 lb, 21’ strt mast w/side shift, Very Nice! ............$18,950

CRAWLER DOZER/LOADER

SKID STEERS & FORKLIFTS

BOOM/MAN LIFT 1999 JLG 450A, Genie Z45/25J, 50' art. boom, dual fuel, Both Nice ........$17,900 1999 JLG 600S, 60' straight boom, 3800 hrs, dual fuel, Nice!....................$19,950

COMPACTION 2004 IR SD45D, 54" smooth drum, only 490 hrs ........................................$27,900 (SEE WEBSITE FOR PHOTOS)

HULL’S

IMPLEMENT 920-324-5341

www.hulls151.com Jct. Hwy 151 & 26 N.E. of Waupun, WI

Arvid Veidmark III of SSC Awarded Damage Prevention Ambassador 2009 Specialized Services Co. (SSC) announced that Arvid Veidmark III was named Damage Prevention Ambassador 2009. Presented by the Public Service Committee of Arizona Blue Stake Inc., this prestigious award was created to honor individuals who have made a difference in the underground damage prevention industry by exemplifying dedication, leadership, and passion for damage prevention and safety in the Arizona Excavation community. Veidmark was honored publicly at the 2009 Flagstaff Damage Prevention Seminar in September, in addition to receiving special recognition from El Paso Natural Gas. This award is given to only one individual each year. Veidmark is executive vice president of SSC, a family business that specializes in trenchless construction, principally horizontal auger boring, drilling and vacuum excavation. With more than two decades of operational and technical experience, he works diligently with government agencies, municipalities, engineers and contractors to promote sound infrastructure management via self sponsored classes and webinars, and trade association conferences. He has authored numerous technical papers and articles and provides trenchless consulting services to the engineering community and local and state highway authorities. Specialized Services Company is currently celebrating its 40th anniversary as a provider of trenchless construction services. For more information, call 602/997-6164 or Arvid Veidmark III was named Damage Prevention visit www.sscboring.com. Ambassador 2009.

Terex Adds Central Equipment Company as Distributor of Compact Line in Idaho Central Equipment Company, with locations in Pocatello, Jerome and Heyburn, Idaho, now distributes the full line of Terex compact construction equipment. The Terex line includes compact track loaders, compact excavators, compact wheel loaders, site dumpers, tractor loader backhoes, light towers, telehandlers, power buggies, compaction rollers and a tracked utility vehicle. “We are excited to welcome Central Equipment Company to our expanding network of Terex compact equipment distributors in North America,” said Del Carver, area director, North America Compact Equipment. “Serving customers in southern Idaho, we see great opportunity for Central Equipment Company to introduce new customers to the Terex compact equipment product line.” Established in 1968 as D&J Diesel, an engine and transmission rebuild shop, the company merged with Central Equipment Company in 1987 to offer customers a full range of equipment and services. “We have taken on the Terex compact products to complement our current heavier equipment inventory,” said

Tyson Bowden, sales representative of Central Equipment Company. With more than 45 unique product models, the Terex compact equipment line offers a wide range of compact equipment. “We always work to anticipate our clients future equipment needs,” continued Bowden, “and taking on the Terex equipment line, with its strong brand name and a wide variety of products, allows us to offer the solutions to fit our customers’ changing needs.” Central Equipment Company also offers financing options for its Terex compact equipment line through Terex Financial Services. Terex Financial Services offers a wide range of effective financing and leasing solutions, structured to complement customers’cash flow and budgets. The Terex Financial Services team assists in all areas of asset management, from the analysis of future equipment values through the disposal of used equipment. For more information, visit www.centralequipmentidaho.net.


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Rex Ross (L) and Guy Goodman (R) of Shallow Ford Construction in Temple, Texas, learn about the screen attachment invented by Corky Underwood of Rental Equipment Contractor Supplies (RECS).

(L-R): Donald Towels and Clay Jones of Austin Bridge and Road take time for a photo op with Richard Antoine, Al Niece, Chris Compton and David Caverly of Niece Equipment LP.

AGC of Texas Hosts 26th Annual Trade & Equipment Show

A

ssociated General Contractors (AGC) of Texas hosted its 26th annual Trade & Equipment Show in Austin Convention Center, Oct. 19 and 20. (Editor’s note: This is the conclusion of the two-part coverage of the recent AGC of Texas event.)

(L-R): Steve Stone of R.K. Hall Construction in Paris, Texas, talks about this Astec ProSizer crusher with Charlie Hayes of TKO and Walt Wooten of KolbergPioneer.

(L-R): Brian Bieler of Lew Hudson Sales in Shertz, Texas, stops by to check out the APPCO booth with Chase D. Hooker, APPCO, Kevin Wright, Wright Production Equipment Specialist, and Rick Galindo, APPCO.

(L-R): Dave Henson of Howard McAnear Equipment Co. in Fort Worth, and Jack Albert of Reece Albert Inc. in San Angelo, Texas, discuss the Broce Broom with Jim Lumpkin, Scott Wimer and Jim Cornelsen.

(L-R): Eamon McCourt of McCourt & Sons Equipment Inc. takes time for a photo op with Oscar Cuellar and Ernie Villarreal of the 10C Company LLC in Edinburg, Texas, with the McCloskey portable screen.

Chase Robinson (L) of TransLease in Austin and Trey Hertel of Summitt are ready to answer question about the Summitt boom truck line.


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Caterpillar Used Equipment

2005 CAT 247B, S/N MTL01838, 1082 HOURS $18,000

2004 CAT 226B, S/N MJH00559, 1479 HOURS $15,000

2008 CAT 297C, S/N GCP00811, 445 HOURS $46,800

2005 CAT 420D, S/N FDP22215, 1140 HOURS $40,000

2007 CAT 414E, S/N ELB00256, 1004 HOURS $38,000

2006 CAT TH460B, S/N SLF02292, 1000 HOURS $62,000

2006 CAT 345CL, S/N DHP00326, 2534 HOURS $190,000

2007 CAT D6RIIIXL, S/N GJB00954, 1608 HOURS $225,000

AG TRACTORS 2005 AGCO-CHALLENGER MT275B, S/N JNB23201 ..............$15,500 2005 AGCO-CHALLENGER MT265B, S/N JNA04547 ..............$15,500 2005 AGCO-CHALLENGER MT265B, S/N JPA03227 ..............$15,500

BACKHOE LOADERS 2005 2006 2005 2005 2006 2005 2003

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

420D, S/N FDP23338, 1547 Hrs ..............$40,000 420EST, S/N HLS02063, 1200 Hrs ..........$48,000 446D, S/N DBL00407, 5537 Hrs ..............$54,000 446D, S/N DBL00406, 4139 Hrs ..............$54,000 446D, S/N DBL00587, 2298 Hrs ..............$78,000 420D, S/N FDP22215, 1140 Hrs ..............$40,000 420D, S/N FDP10185, 4190 Hrs ..............$30,000

INDUSTRIAL LOADERS 2007 2007 2008 2007

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

414E, 414E, 414E, 414E,

S/N S/N S/N S/N

ELB00256, ELB00209, ELB00652, ELB00168,

878 512 202 236

Hrs Hrs Hrs Hrs

................$38,000 ................$38,000 ................$45,000 ................$38,000

MOTOR GRADERS 2006 CATERPILLAR 140HNA, S/N CCA02640, 1450 Hrs ......$175,000 2006 CATERPILLAR 140HNA, S/N CCA02637, 2504 Hrs ......$175,000 1974 CATERPILLAR 16G, S/N 93U00611..................................$60,000

MULTI TERRAIN LOADERS 2007 2006 2007 2005 2007 2007 2005

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

297C, 257B, 257B, 247B, 247B, 247B, 247B,

S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N

GCP00476, 868 Hrs ....................POR SLK05884, 540 Hrs ................$24,000 SLK06510, 519 Hrs ................$29,000 MTL02107, 1292 Hrs ..............$18,000 MTL03998, 1081 Hrs ..............$25,000 MTL04641, 32 Hrs ..................$36,000 MTL01838, 1082 Hrs ..............$18,000

OFF HIGHWAY TRUCKS 1999 KOMATSU HD605-5, S/N 1030, 18001 Hrs ....................$175,000

SKID STEER LOADERS 2006 CATERPILLAR 248B, S/N SCL01575, 639 Hrs ................$28,000 2007 CATERPILLAR 272C, S/N RED00565, 46 Hrs ..................$44,000

2007 CATERPILLAR 272C, S/N RED00702, 156 Hrs ................$44,000 2005 CATERPILLAR 226B, S/N MJH04416, 1450 Hrs ..............$16,000 2004 CATERPILLAR 226B, S/N MJH00559, 1479 Hrs ..............$15,000

TELEHANDLERS 2006 2005 2004 2006 2006 2003

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

TH360B, TH560B, TH560B, TH460B, TH460B, TH460B,

S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N

SLE04675, 1226 Hrs ..........$45,000 SLG00747, 1216 Hrs..........$65,000 SLG00629, 1734 Hrs..........$60,000 SLF02293, 1000 Hrs ..........$62,000 SLF02292, 1198 Hrs ..........$62,000 SLF00356, 2321 Hrs ..........$42,000

TRACK EXCAVATORS 2006 2006 2001 2006 2006 2006 2007 2003 2004 2006 1995

CATERPILLAR 345CL, S/N DHP00326, 2534 Hrs..........$200,000 CATERPILLAR 345CLVG, S/N TDG00296, 3888 Hrs ....$235,000 CATERPILLAR 330BL, S/N 6DR04927, 8169 Hrs ............$65,000 CATERPILLAR 345CL, S/N PJW00947, 2496 Hrs..........$235,000 CATERPILLAR 325CL, S/N BFE02129, 2150 Hrs ..........$135,000 CATERPILLAR 320CL, S/N PAB06019, 2040 Hrs ..........$100,000 CATERPILLAR 345CL, S/N PJW02019, 1206 Hrs..........$298,000 CATERPILLAR 330CL, S/N DKY00837, 4612 Hrs ..........$130,000 CATERPILLAR 322CL, S/N HEK00738, 1238 Hrs ..........$110,000 CATERPILLAR 320CL, S/N PAB05666, 1185 Hrs ..........$110,000 DEERE & CO. 992E, S/N 6086, 12109 Hrs ......................$30,000

TRACK LOADERS 2005 CATERPILLAR 973C, S/N BCP00218, 4522 Hrs ............$165,000 2007 CATERPILLAR 963C, S/N BBD03012, 947 Hrs ..............$198,000 2005 CATERPILLAR 953C, S/N BBX02204, 1257 Hrs ..............$98,000

TRACK TYPE TRACTORS 2005 2006 2008 2006 2006 2000 1978 2007 2005 2004

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

D8T, S/N KPZ00816, 4287 Hrs ..............$340,000 D5GXL, S/N WGB03399, 1067 Hrs..........$68,000 D6KXL, S/N FBH00769, 225 Hrs ..........$162,000 D6RIIIXL, S/N GJB00459, 1887 Hrs ......$169,000 D5GXL, S/N WGB03379, 1402 Hrs..........$68,000 D6R, S/N 3ZN00743, 8214 Hrs ................$80,000 D8K, S/N 77V10941, 9999 Hrs ................$45,000 D6RIIIXL, S/N GJB00954, 1608 Hrs ......$225,000 D7RIIXR, S/N AGN00856, 2923 Hrs ......$225,000 D5NXL, S/N AGG01081, 2815 Hrs ..........$75,000

VIBRATORY DOUBLE DRUM ASPHALT 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

CB-334EII, S/N C3A00446, 312 Hrs ........$32,000 CB-534D, S/N FGH00603, 473 Hrs..........$68,000 CB-214E, S/N 21401084, 301 Hrs ..........$19,000 CB-214E, S/N 21400839, 172 Hrs ..........$19,000 CB-224E, S/N 22401807, 365 Hrs ..........$24,000

VIBRATORY SINGLE DRUM PAD 2005 CATERPILLAR CP-433E, S/N ASN00462, 1055 Hrs ........$52,000

VIBRATORY SINGLE DRUM SMOOTH 2005 CATERPILLAR CS-563E, S/N CNG00981, 1440 Hrs........$72,000 2005 CATERPILLAR CS-433E, S/N ASR00621, 835 Hrs ..........$50,000

WHEEL LOADERS/INTEGRATED TOOLCARRIERS 2005 1999 2007 2006 1999 2005

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

938GII, S/N RTB01165, 2589 Hrs ............$90,000 980G, S/N 9CM01280, 27737 Hrs............$70,000 972H, S/N A7D00402, 2560 Hrs ............$275,000 928GZ, S/N DJD02138, 1948 Hrs ............$85,000 980G, S/N 9CM01438, 11564 Hrs ..........$100,000 928GZ, S/N DJD01685, 9359 Hrs ............$58,000

WHEEL TRACTOR SCRAPERS 1987 2007 2007 2006 2005 2006 2006

CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 92X01263, 9357 Hrs ..............$15,000 CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 8LJ03321, 730 Hrs................$160,000 CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 8LJ03320, 1112 Hrs ..............$160,000 CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 8LJ03118, 1484 Hrs ..............$130,000 CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 8LJ02803, 1996 Hrs................$98,000 EJECT SYSTEMS EQ SC17, S/N 341L ............................$35,000 EJECT SYSTEMS EQ SC17, S/N 342R ............................$35,000

WT- BLADES CATERPILLAR 72 ANGLE BLADE, S/N VA002668 ....................$2,000

WT- GRAPPLE 2002 CATERPILLAR M325GRAPPL, S/N HGK00108, 1 Hr ..........POR

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Tire Size

Brand

Type

Qty Price

17.5-25

Firestone

12ply

4

17.5-25

Goodyear

12ply

$374

SOLD OUT!

$400

17.5R25

Michelin

XHA

17

17.5R25

Bridgestone

VUT

4

$715

20.5-25

Firestone

L3 24ply

4

$1,000

26.5-25

Firestone

L3 20 ply

SOLD OUT! $2,145 SOLD OUT! $2,200 SOLD OUT! $2,365 SOLD OUT! $2,723

Goodyear

L3 20ply

26.5-25

Bridgestone

L3 20ply

29.5-25

Firestone

L3 22ply

35/65-33

Firestone

L5 30ply

16

$5,700

35/65-33

Bridgestone

L5 42ply

4

$10,000

35/65-33

General

L5 42ply

4

$7,000

35/65-33

General

L5 Smooth

4

$7,112

42ply

Goodyear

SUBSTANTIAL CREDIT GIVEN FOR YOUR OLD 5,000-7,500 FT. LB BREAKER

$1,056

26.5-25

875/65R33

TERRIFIC VALUES ON REMANUFACTURED TRAMAC BREAKERS 6 MONTH WARRANTY INCLUDED

SOLD OUT! $9,020 3% Surcharge for Credit Card Purchases

Model Description

Impact Class Year

SC22 Hyd. Breaker 550 ft-lbs 125SX Hyd. Breaker 1,000 ft-lbs V32 Hyd. Breaker 5,000 ft-lbs

Condition

Warranty Price

2007 New 12 Mo. 2003 Fact. Rebuild 6 Mo. 1999 Fact. Rebuild 12 Mo.

$4,250 $6,900 $30,700

Cash for Clunkers Details: Trade in your used 5,000 or 7,500 ft-lb breaker for a credit towards the purchase of the V1200 or V1600 below V1600 V1600 V1600 V1600 V1600 V46 V56 V65

Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker

7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 12,000 ft-lbs 15,000 ft-lbs

2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2005

Fact. Rebuild Fact. Rebuild Fact. Rebuild Fact. Rebuild Fact. Rebuild Fact. Rebuild Fact. Rebuild Fact. Rebuild

6 Mo. 6 Mo. 6 Mo. 12 Mo. 12 Mo. 12 Mo. 12 Mo. 6 Mo.

$33,000 $34,000 $35,000 $38,000 $39,000 $46,400 $63,500 $120,000

6 Mo. 6 Mo.

$27,000 $38,000

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Western States Sponsors ‘Birds, Bucks and Bass’Contest Western States has announced the winners of “Birds, Bucks and Bass” Photo Contest for September and October. However, there is still time to enter photos. So far, Western States has had more than 130 entries and is looking for many more entries over the remaining two months. The contest awards a first and second place prize for each month (September through December) for each category of birds, bucks and bass. The birds and bucks category includes all hunted game beside birds; the bass category includes all fish. Once the contest is over, Western States will take the monthly winners and choose Grand Prize winners for each category of birds, bucks and bass. And finally, amongst the grand prize winners, it will select one winner to receive a brand new Polaris HO 500 ATV. Combined, all the prizes for the Western States “Birds, Bucks and Bass” Photo Contest total more than $10,000. • Eligibility — Western States Equipment Co. is looking for your best shot. The “Birds, Bucks and Bass” photo contest (the “Contest”) is open to all individual legal residents of the states of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming, ages 18 years or older. Employees and their immediate families (i.e., spouse, parent, child, sibling and their respective spouses regardless of where they reside) and those living in the same households, whether or not related), of Western States Equipment Co., subsidiaries, affiliates, divisions, trustees, franchisees, participating vendors, distributors, and advertising and promotion agencies (collectively with the Sponsors, the “Contest Entities”) are not eligible to enter or win. Void wherever prohibited or restricted by law. Contest is governed by

Closner Equipment Co. Hires Rodrigues as New Manager Closner Equipment Company has promoted Marty Rodrigues to territory manager. Rodrigues has been actively involved in the sale of construction equipment throughout Texas for the past 11 years. Most recently, Rodrigues was employed by VT LeeBoy as both the territory manager in Texas and the national paver product manager. Prior to those positions, he was affiliated with Conley Lott Nichols Machinery in

San Antonio and Waco. Rodrigues will work out of both the main office and the Austin branch. Closner Equipment Company Inc. is an authorized Texas dealer of construction equipment for concrete slip-form paving, curb and gutter, bridge decks, asphalt paving and production, hot mix and base compaction, chip seal, road maintenance, concrete pumping and shotcrete. For more information visit www.closner.com.

U.S. laws and regulations. By entering the contest, entrants warrant that they are eligible to participate in the contest, agree to accept and be bound by all terms of these Official Rules and Regulations (“Official Rules”) and understand that they and/or their Submissions (as defined in the rule below) may appear in television, internet, print media and/or radio coverage of the contest. Sponsors reserve the right to verify the eligibility of any entrant. Eligible entries may be subject to measurement verification for accurate scale and proportion. • How to Enter — Starting at 12:00 a.m. (MST) on Sept. 14, 2009, and ending at 11:59 p.m. (MST) on Dec. 31, 2009, (the “Entry Period”), sponsors will conduct the contest encouraging entrants to enter for a chance to win a prize.To enter, each entrant must: (i) provide a completed entry form either electronically, sent via mail, or delivered to a Western States Equipment Co. branch location, including his/her name, company name (optional), address, telephone number (including area code), email address and (ii) submit a photograph of your best shot or catch, whether it be bird hunting, big game hunting, or fishing, and a short description that includes location where the photo was taken, (the online entry form and the photograph will be referred to collectively as the “Submission”). Submissions may be submitted via email to marketing@wseco.com, or delivered to a Western States Equipment Co. branch, or delivered via mail or courier to: Western States CAT Attn: Marketing 500 E. Overland Rd. Meridian, ID 83642 For more information, visit www.westernstatescat.com. Marty Rodrigues


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Phoenix Water Main Undergoing Innovative Methods

PRO-TEC’s Railing Post Guard Rail system enhances the safety factor of jobsite personnel.

Split can steel liners are banded to a diameter 10 in. (25.4 cm) smaller than the host PCCP pipe to allow easy installation.

When the 17-mi. (27 km) long Phoenix water main was originally installed in 1975, the pipeline from its treatment plant traversed largely undeveloped land, but the city’s significant growth over the past 33 years has brought residential and commercial development adjacent to and directly above the waterline easement. So when a condition assessment of the existing prestressed concrete cylinder pipe (PCCP) using electromagnetic and forensic analysis identified the need to completely rehabilitate the pipeline, innovative construction techniques were used to achieve dual objectives: employ least possible intrusive methods while providing a long term rehabbed finished product, keeping time and cost factors in mind. Currently, general contractor Kiewit Western is on track to rehabilitate 18,000 ft. (5,500 m) of Priority 1 area (areas of critical rehab need) using split can sliplining pipe.

Slide Rail System Slide Rail for the 90 ft. long portal was manufactured by PRO-TEC Equipment, Charlotte, Mich., and supplied by local shoring specialists Trench Shore Rentals, which is headquartered in Scottsdale and has

portals were 54 ft. (16 m) long, 24 ft. (7.3 m) wide, and 23 ft. (7 m) deep; three were 50 ft. (15 m) long, 34 ft. (10 m) wide, and 29 ft. (8.8 m) deep; and the three largest were 90 ft. (27 m) long, 25 ft. (7.6 m) wide, and 24 ft. (7.3 m) deep.

Nine Access Pits In order to gain access to the buried existing pipe, nine large excavations called portals were constructed, spaced between Tempe and Mesa. Due to extremely poor soil conditions along the Salt River and aforementioned city developments, the deep pits were shored using the slide rail shoring method of soil support. Roughly 35,550 sq. ft. (3,300 sq m) of slide rail were used, Walers, braced to spreader and corner posts, are placed outside the excavation to sourcing from three manufacturers. Three provide clear span accessibility.

branches in Phoenix and Tucson. In addition to 8 by 20 ft. (2.4 by 6 m) by 4 in. (10 cm) thick and 8 by 16 ft. (2.4 by 4.8 m) by 4 in. thick panels used, 55 ft. (16 m) external Walers, braced to spreader and corner posts, were used to provide clear span accessibility. PRO-TEC’s Railing Post System, a guard rail device that enhanced the safety factor of job site personnel, was installed around the perimeter of the excavation. Split Can Liners Split can liners consist of steel plate rolled to the required diameter but not longitudinally welded. They are banded to a diameter about 10 in. (25 cm) less than the host pipe diameter. The existing PCCP pipe ranges from 72 to 96 in. (182 to 243 cm) in diameter. Slipliners are installed through the portals, spaced approximately 2,500 to 3,000 ft. (762 to 914 m) apart. Typically, two pipe sections are removed at each portal and steel liners are installed in each direction from the pit. A cradle was installed between the PCCP sections at each portal. The liners were placed on the cradle and transported to the correct position within the host PCCP pipe. Once in place, the bands were cut from the steel liners and tack welded. After several liners had been fitted into place, the liners were welded longitudinally and circumferentially. The annular space between the finished line and host PCCP pipe is then grouted. The overall project was started in 2005 and is targeted for final completion in 2013.


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T.J. Campbell Teams Up With Kirby-Smith Machinery For practically every new business there’s a visionary, and for paving contractor T.J. Campbell Construction Co., that person was the late Ted Campbell. “He was the dreamer, the motivator and the risk-taker that you have to be to be an entrepreneur in these times,” said Campbell’s wife, Jo Anna Campbell, who initially helped her husband as a bookkeeper and today serves as president of the company. “Ted was a forward thinker.” Ted Campbell passed away about seven years ago, but more than 30 years after he launched T.J. Campbell Construction, his drive and vision for the company continues to live on. From humble beginnings, this Oklahoma City-based business remains family-owned and today has more than 180 employees. As president, Campbell helps oversee the financial end of the business and shares ownership with a five-person board of directors that is made up mostly of family members. Her son, David Pickens, is vice president of Finance. Her two sons-in-law on the board are O’Flynn Sewell, vice president of Production, and Mike Thomas, vice president of sales. Rounding out the board is Vice President of Construction Don Dorn. Other family members involved in the business include Campbell’s granddaughter’s husband, Jo Don Clanton, who runs an asphalt plant, and grandson Brian Sewell, who helps with sales and bidding. In addition, Dorn’s son, Donnie Dorn III, assists with estimating and computer support. Paving Professionals Working together, they lead a company that is active in both commercial and public construction markets. Those projects might include heavy highway, airport, municipal and commercial paving. “We do road paving — streets and roads — and we do some highway work,” Campbell said. “But right now we’re primarily doing subdivision work, building new subdivisions from the ground up.” “We’ll start off by clearing the timber and actually building the site,” said the senior Dorn of the company’s subdivision work. “We don’t do water and sanitary sewer. Another contractor will come in and do the water and sanitary sewer and then we’ll come back in and do the storm sewer and the paving.” Dorn said the majority of that work is within the area bounded by Shawnee to the east, El Reno to the west and Guthrie to the north, although they have traveled farther as needed. “We also do rotomilling for other contractors,” Campbell added. “We take our milling machine all over the state. We’ve

T.J. Campbell Construction Co. puts two of its wheel loaders, a WA380 and a WA320, to work at Cherokee Crossing, a job site in northwest Oklahoma City.

even been to Arkansas and Texas.” T.J. Campbell also operates two hot-mix asphalt plants, one at the office headquarters in Oklahoma City and another north of Edmond. Those plants each produce about 200,000 tons (181,400 t) of hot mix each year and have their own fleet of trucks to facilitate delivery. In addition, T.J. Campbell operates three concrete and asphalt recycling centers in the Oklahoma City area that have the capacity to take old concrete and asphalt rubble and manufacture it into high-quality aggregates that meet ODOT specifications. Annual sales of its recycled aggregates exceed 300,000 tons. T.J. Campbell also is capable of bringing its crushing operation to a jobsite. Company Growth All told, T.J. Campbell exceeds $20 million annually in sales, which is a far cry from when the business started in 1978. “I think we had three employees,” Campbell recalled. “We started in a singlewide mobile home. Then we graduated to a double-wide mobile home and added a building to the back of that before we finally built our current building about 16 years ago.” Campbell said it began with an asphalt plant. “Ted always wanted to have an asphalt plant,” she said. “At first, we thought we could do that and not have to deal with buying all the equipment that goes with being a paving contractor. But it didn’t take us too long to figure out we had to use our own product to really make a go of it.” Always looking ahead, Campbell said her husband was recycling material before it was fashionable. “We had the first recycling

asphalt plant in Oklahoma City and Ted was always really proud of that,” she said. “Both for the environmental impact and for the profitability.” T.J. Campbell had to survive some challenging times when the oil market dropped in the early 1980s, but some notable projects have followed in the years since, including the construction of roadways at the Gaillardia subdivision in Oklahoma City, a 65,000-ton mill and overlay project in Midwest City and the replacement of a main runway at Tinker Air Force Base. “We worked 24 hours a day on that runway paving project,” Dorn recalled. “We worked under the lights. All our equipment and all our help were out there doing that job. It was probably the biggest we’ve ever done.” More recently, T.J. Campbell received a national award for its work widening the intersection of Reno Street and Eastern Avenue in Oklahoma City. “That was a full-depth replacement job for the ODOT,” Dorn said. “It was very gratifying,” Campbell added. Komatsu Productivity It’s a resume of accomplishments helped made possible by a top-tier fleet of equipment, including numerous pieces of Komatsu equipment acquired from KirbySmith Machinery. The equipment list at T.J. Campbell includes multiple Komatsu excavators ranging in size from PC220s to PC300s, several Komatsu loaders from the WA250 to WA380s, and three Komatsu dozers — two D39s and a D65. Dorn said the company’s first experience with Komatsu was a PC200LC-5 excavator many years ago. “We had experience with other brands and

the Komatsu just outperformed them,” Dorn said. “We knew it was the best machine out there. “Our guys today like our Komatsu excavators,” Dorn continued. “They’re comfortable. They can sit in them all day long and they like the controls. Plus, they outperform everything. For the value we get out of them, I don’t think we could buy a better machine.” Dorn said they’ve been similarly pleased with their Komatsu loaders. “Like the excavators, they’re easy to run. I don’t think they have a down side.” T.J. Campbell acquired its D65 dozer as a used piece of equipment and Dorn said it’s been extremely productive. “We have two rough-dirt crews that move the big dirt,” he explained. “We knock everything down with our D65. We love it. It’s a good dozer. We replaced several of our other brand dozers with the Komatsu dozer and the operators all like the Komatsu better.” T.J. Campbell has several technicians on staff to deal with mechanical breakdowns and service. For issues that are under warranty — and even for some that aren’t — Campbell said Kirby-Smith has lent a helping hand. “We want somebody we can depend on,” Campbell said. “We’re looking for a company that can help us out when we need it. We’ve always known we can get that from Kirby-Smith. And our Kirby-Smith Territory Manager Bill Gustafson has been great to work with.” Three Decades in Business With the right equipment in place, T.J. Campbell Construction marked 30 years in business in July of 2008. Campbell attributes perseverance and a solid group of loyal employees for the company’s longevity. “We like Winston Churchill’s saying,” she said. “Never, never, never give up.” It’s an approach to business that began with Ted Campbell, when the company was founded, and continues today. “We never thought we couldn’t make it,” Campbell said. “At times we were stumbling, but we still felt like we were going to make it and we did. “Ted’s credo was he didn’t want our people to do work that we wouldn’t be proud of. He wanted it done right.” “Ted had an excellent reputation,” Dorn added. “If he were here and you had a chance to meet him, you would know that failure was not in his vocabulary. It just wasn’t an option, and that’s the same way we do business today.” (This story originally appeared in KirbySmith Machinery’s Connection publication 2009 No. 1. Kirby-Smith has given permission to reprint this story.)


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Mobile Crushing and Screening in Action The unification of the Extec and Fintec brands within the Sandvik group of companies has created the world’s most comprehensive and dynamic line-up of mobile crushing and screening equipment. The Sandvik Mobile Screening and Crushing range now delivers all the familiar characteristics of productivity, versatility and exceptionally low running costs, but they are now combined with levels of durability and aftersales support that are synonymous with the Sandvik name. New name, improved service, same great product.

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Jan. 20-22, 2010 San Antonio, Texas

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GREAT HOLIDAY GIFTS! Allis Chalmers HD-41 Crawler Dozer, 1:25 Scale..................................................$190

Caterpillar "O" Gauge Complete Train Set ...... ..................................................................$275

Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale .......... ..........................................................$100

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All New in Box Allis-Chalmers HD41 Crawler Dozer, 1:25 Scale ............................................................$190 Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$80 Bell B40D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ............................................................................$50 Bobcat A300 Wheel Loader, 1:25 Scale ............................................................................$55 Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................$18 Bobcat Tractor/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale................................................................................$80 Case 721D Wheel Loader, 1:87 Scale ..............................................................................$20 Case 340 Articulated Truck, 1:87 Scale..............................................................................$20 Case CX 330 Excavator, 1:87 Scale ....................................................................................$20 Caterpillar No. 12 Motor Grader, 1:87 Scale ....................................................................$25 Caterpillar 140H Motor Grader w/ripper & scarifier, 1:50 Scale ......................................$40 Caterpillar CS-563 Soil Compactor, 1:87 Scale ................................................................$25 Caterpillar 825 Soil Compactor, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................$35 Caterpillar 420E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale....................................................................$45 Caterpillar D6K XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ............................................................$45 Caterpillar D10T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$75 Caterpillar D11R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale................................................................$45 Caterpillar D11T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$70 Caterpillar 336D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$70 Caterpillar 797F Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................$250 Caterpillar 950H Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................$45 Caterpillar 980G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................$35 Caterpillar 992 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$50 Caterpillar 994F Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................$95 Caterpillar 226B2 Skid Steer Loader w/tools, 1:32 Scale ................................................$30 Caterpillar CB-534D XW Asphalt Compactor, 1:50 Scale ..................................................$40 Caterpillar D5G XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ............................................................$55 Caterpillar D8R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale..................................................................$40 Caterpillar Vintage Twenty Tractor w/metal tracks, 1:16 Scale ........................................$70 Caterpillar 302.5 Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ....................................................................$30 Caterpillar 320C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$35 Caterpillar 330D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$70 Caterpillar 511 OB Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$65 Caterpillar 247B2 Multi-Terrain Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........................................................$30 Caterpillar 432E Side Shift Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................................................$40 Caterpillar 365C L Front Shovel, 1:50 w/metal tracks ..........................................................$70 Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$45 Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale ............................................................................$35 Caterpillar 611 Motor Scraper in display case, 1:64 Scale ..............................................$25 Caterpillar 623G Elevating Motor Scraper, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$45 Caterpillar 725D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale..................................................................$30 Caterpillar 775E Off-Highway Truck in display case, 1:64 Scale ......................................$25 Caterpillar 777D Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale................................................................$40 Caterpillar "O" Gauge Complete Train Set ..........................................................................$275 Caterpillar Agricultural 75E Tractor, 1:64 Scale ................................................................$12 Caterpillar Four Piece Military Set, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$75

Hitachi LX70 Wheel Loader, 1:40 Scale ............................................................................$65 International 433 Motor Scraper, 1:25 Scale ..................................................................$175 International 560 Payloader, 1:25 Scale ..........................................................................$175 International Harvester 560 PayLoader, 1:87 Scale ..........................................................$35 International TD-24 Military Dozer, 1:50 Scale..................................................................$50 JCB 3CX Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$50 JCB 456 Loader Waste Master, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$60 JCB 456 ZX Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$65 JCB Vibromax VM 115 Soil Compactor, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................$45 John Deere 320 Skid Steer Loader, 1:16 Scale ................................................................$45 John Deere 850J Dozer, 1:50 Scale....................................................................................$40 Komatsu 960E Mining Truck, 1:50 Scale..........................................................................$275 Komatsu PC300LC-8 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................$70 Komatsu WA500-6 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$60 Komatsu D51 EX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$60 Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale....................................................................................$55 Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................................$75 Komatsu GD655 Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$60 Komatsu WB146 Backhoe Loader w/tools, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$45 Liebherr 580 Wheel Loader, 1:87 Scale ............................................................................$25 Link-Belt 210 X2 Excavator, 1:40 Scale..............................................................................$65 Mitsubishi FG25N Forklift, 1:25 Scale................................................................................$25 Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale..................................................................................$100 Peterbilt Tractor/Trailer w/Caterpillar D8R, 1:50 Scale ..................................................$100 Peterbilt Blue/Silver 367 Dump Truck, 1:34 Scale ............................................................$85 U.S. Army Ford F800 Tractor w/Trailer, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................$35 Volvo G970 Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$65 Volvo SD-122 Soil Compactor, 1:72 Scale ........................................................................$45 Volvo A25C Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$30 Volvo A25D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$45 Volvo A40D Articulated Hauler, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$50 Volvo BL71 Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ............................................................................$45 Volvo EC45 Mini-Excavator, 1:50 Scale..............................................................................$35 Volvo EC 210 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$45 Volvo EC210C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$80 Volvo EC240B Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$45 Volvo EC280 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$25 Volvo EC700 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$80 Volvo FH12 Tractor/Trailer w/Volvo L150C, 1:50 Scale ....................................................$60 Volvo L90E Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$65 Volvo L60E Wheel Loader w/Attachments, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$65 Volvo 150E Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale 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AWPAChapter Recognizes Highway 50 as Project of the Year

As of October, San Francisco-based Mitchell Engineering had finished work on the U.S. Highway 50 Operational Improvement Project, which began in June 2006, according to Mic Restaino, resident engineer for Caltrans District 3. CALTRANS from page 1

Francisco Charvet, project manager of Mitchell Engineering, who was the lowest qualified bidder on the project. The majority of stage one work involved replacing the median section of the West Placerville Drive/Highway 50 overcrossing, and connecting West Placerville Drive with Main Street and Forni Road. In order to connect the three city streets the existing Bridgework that took place during stage two included Highway 50/West Placerville undercrossing was demolished replacing an eastbound portion of the Placerville and a new bridge was constructed over Hangtown Creek, Drive/Highway 50 overcrossing and completing the new Hangtown Creek Bridge, which was started in which runs between Placerville Drive and Main Street. stage one and connects West Placerville Drive to Main During bridge construction a combination of owned and Street. rented cranes, concrete pumps, pile driving equipment, backhoes, loaders and grinders were utilized, Charvet said. Aside from auxiliary lane construction, the majority of Because bridgework occurred above and around stage two construction involved bridgework and sewer line Hangtown Creek, Mitchell Engineering and its subcontrac- relocation. tors had to comply with U.S. Fish and Wildlife, California Utility relocation work included the replacement of a Department of Fish and Game, and California Regional 5,000 ft. (1,520 m) of existing sewer line/pipe that was locatWater Quality Control Board agreements, which represented ed in Hangtown Creek, and the relocation of the sewer cola project challenge. lection system along lower Main Street. Specific environmental requirements included protecting Heavy equipment such as dozers, backhoes, loaders, excathe habitat of the California red-legged frogs, which live in vators, rollers, compactors and haul trucks were used when and around Hangtown Creek. relocating and replacing sewer lines. Mitchell Engineering also had to deal with environmental More than 1,470 yds. (1,350 m) of sewer and drainage issues related to asbestos-containing materials, air monitor- pipe was used for this aspect of the improvement project, ing and contaminated materials. according to Charvet. An aspect of both stage one and two construction involved Bridgework that took place during stage two included building a Highway 50 eastbound auxiliary lane, which now runs from the Placerville Drive onramp to Clay Street. Due to the presence of “very hard rock material” track drills and excavators, equipped with hoe-rams and rock breaker attachments, were required to demolish nearly 40,000 psi of rock during highway widening construction, Charvet said. “The project was extended 33 working days, by change order, as a result of hard rock excavation for onramp construction,” Restaino added. In total more than 9,800 cu. yds. (7,500 cu m) of roadway and structural material was excavated during the project. During roadway excavation and fill work other heavy equipment utilized, besides excavators and track drills, included: dozers, backhoes, loaders, compactors, haul trucks In total more than 9,800 cu. yds. (7,500 cu m) of roadway and structural material was excavated during the and various paving and striping equipment. project.

Spanning 1.4 mi. (2.2 km), the project consisted of bridge widening and replacement, the relocation of sewer lines, the building of a direct connection between two Placerville streets and highway widening.

replacing an eastbound portion of the Placerville Drive/Highway 50 overcrossing and completing the new Hangtown Creek Bridge, which was started in stage one and connects West Placerville Drive to Main Street. In an attempt to improve the operation of local cross traffic, stage two also included the replacement or widening of three local bridges that connect Main Street to Highway 50. The Bedford Avenue Pedestrian overcrossing was rebuilt, with CIDH pile work occurring during stage one; and the Spring and Canal street bridges were widened. Additionally signal upgrades were made at the Canal Street, Spring Street and Bedford Avenue intersections. When all bridge work reached completion, in both stages, more than 6,400 cu. yds. (4,900 cu m) of structural concrete and more than 1.2 million lbs. (550,000 kg) of bar reinforcing steel was used, Charvet said. Other materials used during the project included: more than 26,500 ton (24,000 t) of Type-A asphalt concrete, more than 1,020 cu. yds. (780 cu m) of minor concrete, and 2,450 yds. (2,240 m) of concrete barrier. Throughout the life of the project, a day and night shift of workers was maintained. The peak number of Mitchell field employees reached 60 and was comprised of various crafts including operators, carpenters and laborers. Because work occurred in two shifts and through Placerville, each stage of construction required a unique traffic-handling plan to accommodate the public, businesses, and emergency services, Restaino said. Upon completion, the project was awarded the 2009 Project of the Year award from American Public Works Association Sacramento Chapter, in the $10 to $50 million transportation project category, Subcontractors on the project included: Martin Brothers, asphalt paving; Central Striping, roadway striping and markings; Tennyson Electric, electrical and signalization; Contractors Chemical Inc., polyester overlay and expansion joints; MBI, project barriers; GR Trucking, off-haul trucking; Swisher Concrete, minor concrete; Harris Salinas, bar reinforcing steel; Tilbury Welding, decorative fencing installation; Bailey Fence and Empire Fence, project fencing. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Goodfellow Bros. Tackles Big Project on Small Island A new 2 mi. (3.2 km) long, four lane road is being built in the city of Honolulu on Hawaii’s Oahu island. New roadway construction of this size for the island state is very uncommon. Most road projects are replacement or widenings, simply because there is no room to build new. Goodfellow Bros. Inc., based out of Wenatchee, Wash., with an office in Kihei, Hawaii, won the bid to build the project. It had no previous slipform experience and no slipforming equipment. When it started the process of looking for a concrete paver, it knew it wanted a machine that was versatile, large enough to pave roadway, but also small enough to work in Hawaii’s confined jobsite areas. Ultimately, it chose the GOMACO four-track Commander III. “We went with the Commander III because it will be more versatile on future projects,” Matt Heahlke, project manager of Goodfellow, said. “We can use it for highway slipforming, barrier walls, curb and gutter. We won’t have a large quantity job like this again. The projects will be smaller, more chopped up, and the Commander III is much more versatile for that.” Its new Commander III is currently slipforming on the new North/South Road, phase 1B, which includes approximately 2,300 cu. yds. (1,758 cu m) of 10 in. (25.4 cm) thick concrete pavement. Work on the project began in January 2008 and it is scheduled for completion in January 2010. When Goodfellow was purchasing equipment for its new concrete paving venture, it also added an RTP-500 rubber-tracked placer and a T/C-600 texture/cure machine. The RTP-500 was purchased as a concrete placer, but the company also has been utilizing its long reaching capabilities to back-fill its Keystone retaining and structural walls projects. It placed concrete for the first time on the brand new road. “This is virgin construction through old sugar cane fields,” Heahlke explained. “The road is the new corridor servicing the future University of Hawaii West Campus and also the department of Hawaiian Homelands Housing Development. It’s extremely rare to have brand new road construction, because it’s such a limited area to begin with.”

All the paving was done at night.

Goodfellow is using the RTP-500 to place concrete onto the untreated permeable base. Dowel baskets are placed every 12.5 ft. (3.8 m) for the transverse joint. The concrete is a 650 flex mix design and provided by local producer, Island Ready-Mix. Dump trucks

carry 10 cu. yd. (7.6 cu m) loads of concrete and dump into the RTP’s hopper. Concrete slump averages 2 in. (5 cm). The Commander III is set up to slipform each lane at 12 ft. (3.7 m) wide, 10 in. (25.4 cm) thick. Production on the longer stretch-

Dowel baskets are placed every 12.5 ft. (3.8 m) for the transverse joint.

es of pavement averages around 120 cu. yds. (91.7 cu m) per hour during an eight-hour paving shift. All of the paving is being done at night. This allows Goodfellow complete control of the batch plant to ensure it gets the volume of concrete necessary to feed the paving operation. It also creates cooler working conditions for the crew, while eliminating the worry of the concrete curing too fast and cracking because of extreme temperatures. The Commander III also is being used to slipform the 8.5 ft. (2.6 m) wide concrete shoulders. A T/C-600 texture/cure machine, set at 16 ft. (4.9 m) wide between its two tracks, follows behind the Commander III. It applies the state of Hawaii required AstroTurf drag, transverse tining, and SINAK lithium spray cure. The state also has smoothness requirements. Hawaii utilizes the California profilograph and two-tenths blanking band to measure their project’s smoothness. A reading of a 10 or less ensures 100 percent pay on the project. Goodfellow has had no problems achieving good rideability. “Overall, our rideability is very smooth,” Heahlke said. “This is Goodfellow’s first concrete slipform paving job and we’re very impressed with the GOMACO equipment. We’re definitely in the concrete paving business for good. We can’t wait to get more projects.”

Goodfellow Bros. chose the GOMACO four-track Commander III for the project.


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Rammax ACE Trench Roller Fitted With Heavy Vibrator Multiquip’s new Rammax ACE trench roller is equipped with compaction expert technology that allows operators to have complete control right at their fingertips. Built-in sensors monitor soil density while an LED light display visible from all angles informs operators when optimal results are attained. The Rammax ACE trench roller is ideal for any large soil compaction application. This unit produces 18,500 lbs. of impact force and 1,800 vibrations per minute. The 18.5 hp. (13.8 kW) Hatz 2G40 diesel engine on the trench roller delivers 2,600 rpm. For premium production and extend-

ed life, the Rammax Ace is fitted with a heavy vibrator and bearings. With vibration, this trench roller can operate on slopes with a 45 percent grade and without vibration at a 55 percent. Maximum operating weight is 3,263 lbs. (1,480 kg). Available in either 24- or 33-in. (61 or 84 cm) drum configurations, the Rammax Ace comes standard with infrared remote control and joystick operation. A complete instrumentation simplifies operation and a single removable panel allows technicians to quickly access the engine’s electrical components, including the battery. The Vögele Vision 5100-2 (tracked) and Vision 5103-2 (wheeled) pavers won a GOOD DESIGN 2008 award.

Vögele Vision Pavers Win International Design Awards The tracked and wheeled 8-ft. (2.4-m) Vision Series pavers of Vögele America Inc. are the recipients of international awards for modern product design. The Vögele Vision 5100-2 (tracked) and Vision 5103-2 (wheeled) pavers won a GOOD DESIGN 2008 award, one of six in the Industrial class, and were the only construction equipment so honored. The 5100-2 and 5103-2 were introduced at ConExpoCon/AGG 2008 in March of that year. The Good Design Awards are presented annually by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. Vision Series designers honored were Ralf Weiser, Joseph Vögele AG, Mannheim, Germany, and Ulrich Ewringmann, Martin Buchmann and Boris Eickhoff, Dialogform GmbH, Taufkirchen, Germany. The pavers were designed exclusively for the North American market and are distributed by Vögele America Inc., Chambersburg, Pa. The Good Design 2008 Awards The Good Design 2008 awards publicly acknowledge and elevate the best and finest new design and design innovation for products and graphics designed or manufactured between 2006 and 2008. The awards spotlight new, visionary, and innovative product Available in either 24- or 33-in. (61 or 84 cm) concepts, and invention and originality in drum configurations, the Rammax Ace comes design. They are the world’s oldest and most standard with infrared remote control and joy- coveted design competition for manufacstick operation. tured goods, for both consumer and busi-

ness-to-business products. Founded in Chicago in 1950 by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Edgar Kaufmann Jr., the Good Design competition bestows international recognition upon the world’s most prominent designers and manufacturers for advancing design which “stretches the envelope” beyond what is considered basic for products and consumers. Vision 5100-2 and 5103-2 Pavers The Vision 5100-2 and 5103-2 pavers provide contractors a versatile machine in a powerful, compact and maneuverable package. They are designed for commercial and highway class applications and provide operators with comfort, visibility and ease of operation, according to the manufacturer. The slope of the machine and hood have been designed so the operator can see the sides, the hopper, and the conveyors in the back, without having to move around. The operator stations swing out from both edges of the machine, for enhanced visibility to the sides, behind and into the hopper. Self-diagnostics are built into the new Vision Series. Fluid levels and other inspection points need not be checked each day. Instead they are monitored from a display panel, part of the Vögele Ergo-Plus ergonomic design for enhanced productivity. For more information, call 615/501-0600 or visit www.wirtgenamerica.com.


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Dynapac Unveils New Pneumatic Rubber Tire Rollers The Dynapac CP224, CP224W and CP274 are equipped with a spacious platform and operator-friendly controls, rotating and sideways sliding seat and steering assembly. The optional comfort cab provides all-round visibility with the added benefit of air conditioning. The new rollers are powered by Tier III compliant engines, which offer reduced emissions as well as low levels of ambient noise due to the use of thermostatically controlled cooling fans. The quality of the finished surface is further enhanced by an ultrasmooth start/stop system when changing direction, according to the manufacturer. The machines incorporate several new features designed to enhance efficiency, serviceability, safety and operator comfort as well as producing enhanced compaction results. A dual-circuit braking system maintains full braking effect even if one circuit is disabled. Like all Dynapac machines, these new rollers are built on a modular basis and share many components and subsystems with other models. This parts

commonality results in areas where cost savings can be made such as servicing and spare parts management. The Dynapac CP224, CP224W and CP274 models have compacting widths ranging from 71 to 91 in. (180 to 231 cm) and maximum operating weights from 23 to 30 ton (20.8 to 27 t). They are ideally suited for a wide variety of finishing, sealing and soil compaction applications using the optimum number of passes due to a highly accurate control system and optional DCA-A compaction analyzer when absolute accuracy is a must. With the optional temperature sensor and Dynapac’s DCA-A analyzer, the new machines can achieve the optimum density and surface texture while providing full statistics and documentation. This system also can play back the rolling pattern and produce a print out of all relevant information, either onto paper or a PDF file for later analysis. The air-on-the run system can even adjust the tire pressure during the compaction process. For more information, visit www.dynapac.com.

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The Dynapac CP224, CP224W and CP274 models have compacting widths ranging from 71 to 91 in. (180 to 231 cm) and maximum operating weights from 23 to 30 ton (20.8 to 27 t).

Astec Inc. Test-Fires Burner for Gallagher Asphalt Corporation

Astec Inc. test-fired the 250th burner manufactured since entering the burner market in 2003. Astec built the 150-million BTU/hr gas-and-oil-fired Phoenix Talon burner for Illinois-based Gallagher Asphalt Corporation. Astec burners offer burner technology combined with complete one-source responsibility. Astec is able to offer everything from a simple burner replacement to a complete

installed system, including retrofit installations. Astec’s burner group engineers the burners to the specifications of each customer and manufactures each in a new manufacturing facility. Prior to shipment, each burner is tested on one of Astec’s tri-fuel (oil, gas and coal) test stands to ensure fast and easy start-up at installation.


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Service made easy It goes without saying that planned, regular service is a must. But service must never cause unnecessary interruptions. Every Dynapac presents unique features for enhanced productivity. Standardized parts that fit several models saves money – and it certainly makes the technician’s job easier. Add to that a large hood over the rear-mounted engine, providing swift access to all service points – without crawling underneath. These are only a few of the reasons why Dynapac’s service philosophy will keep your uptime up. Dynapac dealers are ready to provide outstanding service at a location near you! www.dynapac.com.

AUTHORIZED DYNAPAC DEALERS AMERICAN MACHINERY, INC. Honolulu, HI 808.682.1447 BANE MACHINERY Dallas, TX 214.352.2468 Tyler, TX 903.597.6641 Fort Worth, TX 817.847.5894 BEE EQUIPMENT SALES, INC. Lubbock, TX 806.745.1511 BEJAC CORPORATION Escondido, CA 760.796.6561 Placentia, CA 714.528.6224 BOBCAT OF COLORADO SPRINGS Colorado Springs, CO 719.219.2940

CATE EQUIPMENT CO. Bosie, ID 208.884.0500 Pocatello, ID 208.232.7001 Las Vegas, NV 702.644.2425 Salt Lake City, UT 801.973.2900 Gillette, WY 307.682.0571 CL BOYD Ardmore, OK 866.720.2693 Oklahoma City, OK 405.942.8000 Lawton, OK 800.633.2693 CLOSNER EQUIPMENT CO. INC. San Antonio, TX 210.732.2131 Austin, TX 512.272.8200

COLORADO MACHINERY Colorado Springs, CO 719.475.1100 Pueblo West, CO 719.547.3505 Frederick, CO 303.833.5900 Fort Collins, CO 970.482.7154 CRAIG TAYLOR EQUIP. CO. Anchorage, AK 907.276.5050 Wasilla, AK 907.376.3838 Soldotna, AK 907.262.5977 Fairbanks, AK 907.452.1192 MODERN MACHINERY Missoula, MT 800.332.1617 Kalispell, MT 800.434.4190 Billings, MT 800.735.2589

DOGGETT HEAVY MACHINERY SERVICES Victoria, TX 361.570.6666 Corpus Christi, TX 361.289.0727 Brownsville, TX 956.831.9377 Pharr, TX 956.787.0001 PAPE’ MACHINERY, INC. Sparks, NV 775.353.0440 Fowler, CA 559.834.4774 Newark, CA 510.790.3600 Rohnert Park, CA 707.584.9161 Gilroy, CA 408.848.4150 French Camp, CA 209.983.8122 Sacramento, CA 916.922.7181 Redding, CA 530.241.4555

For more information or a personal demonstration, call 210.474.5770 or visit an authorized Dynapac dealer near you.

PAPE’ MACHINERY, INC. Portland, OR 503.289.1103 Tangent, OR 541.812.0207 Eugene, OR 541.484.5424 Central Point, OR 541.772.4706 Klamath Falls, OR 541.884.5683 Bend, OR 541.389.5869 Kent, WA 206.575.0140 Mt. Vernon, WA 360.424.3291 Tacoma, WA 253.922.8718 Kelso, WA 360.575.9959 Wentachee, WA 509.664.1265 Yakima, WA 509.248.7910

R.B. EVERETT & CO. Pasadena, TX 281-991-8161 ROWAND MACHINERY CO. Spokane, WA 509.838.5252 Pasco, WA 509.547.8813 Hayden, ID 208.762.2657 TOM GROWNEY EQUIP., INC. El Paso, TX 915.598.1133 Albuquerque, NM 505.884.2900 Farmington, NM 505.326.1101 Hobbs, NM 505.392.6923


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November 18, 2009 – Meeting. The Delaware Contractors Association (DCA) has scheduled a Human Resources Management Committee Meeting in the DCA Boardroom in Newark, DE. For more information, fax Nancy Handlin at 302994-8185. November 19-20, 2009 – Convention. The Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association (OAIMA) is going to hold their Annual Meeting & Convention at the Columbus Easton Hotel in Columbus, Ohio. For more information, visit their website at www.oaima.org or call to make reservations at 614-414-5000. December 2-3, 2009 – Forum. The National Utility Contractors Association has scheduled the Safety Directors Forum (SDF) at the New York Hotel, Las Vegas, NV. For further information please contact the NUCA at 703-358-9300. December 3, 2009 – Meeting. AGC of St. Louis Membership Meeting held at the Anheuser Busch Soccer Park, #1 Soccer Park Road, Fenton, MO. Construction Outlook for the Year Ahead: Far from a Perfect ‘10... and the AGC of St. Louis will also recognize the members that volunteered their time andtalents throughout 2009. Deadline for registration is Monday, November 30 at 5:00 p.m. Questions, please call Nancy Valentine at 314-781-2356, ext. 103 or nvalintine@agcstl.org. December 10, 2009 – Legislative Breakfast. The Delaware Contractors Association (DCA) will hold a Legislative Breakfast in the DCA Boardroom in Newark, DE. For further information, fax Nancy Handlin at 302-994-8185. December 14-15, 2009 – Winter Conference. Ohio Contractors’ Assoc. Winter Conference Midwest, Columbus, OH. For more information call 800-229-1388 or 614-488-0724. January 10-13, 2010 – EXPO ‘10. National Utility Contractors Association Utility Construction Expo, Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel, Orlando, FL. NUCA is located in Arlington, VA. Call 703-358-9300 for further information. January 13-15, 2010 – EXPO ‘10. AG CONNECT Expo Preview Day January 12, 2010 (by special admission), Orlando, FL. AG CONNECT Expo provides a world-class international forum for agriculture industry professionals to share global agricultural ideas and management trends. For information please call 800-867-6060. February 7-10, 2010 – SHOW. THE RENTAL SHOW returns to Orlando, FL at the Orange County Convention Center. The show will be in the North-South building, which is where the 2006 Show was held. Exhibitors and Rental Store Attendees can call 800-334-2177. February 27 to March 3, 2010 – International Hardware Fair. International Hardware Fair Cologne 2010, Cologne, Germany. For more information regarding this event contact Chris Beavers, Koelnmesse, Inc. at 773-326-9928. March 17-20, 2010 – CONVENTION ‘10. Mark your calendar! AGC’s 91st Annual Convention will be held at the Marriott Orlando World Center in Orlando, FL. More information will be posted as soon as it is available. March 22-26, 2011 – EXPO. CONEXPO-CON/AGG, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. CONEXPO-CON/AGG will be the world’s largest international gathering place in 2011 for the construction and construction materials industries, showcasing the latest equipment, services and technologies. For more information, visit: www.conexpoconagg.com; E-mail: info@conexpoconagg.com or phone: 800-867-6060. March 22-26, 2011 – International Exposition. Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. IFPE 2011 - the International Exposition for Power Transmission is the leading international exposition and technical conference for hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and mechanical power transmission components, systems and controls. For information visit: www.ifpe.com; E-mail: info@ifpe.com or phone 800-867-6060.

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nications. “Anything you can think of that will enhance training they have incorporated into the building.” The four-year apprenticeship training includes 144 hours of annual classroom work and at least 4,000 hours of on-thejob training over four years. If an apprentice completes the rigorous instruction and passes the muster of his supervisors, a designation of journeyman carpenter is his reward. In addition, the certificate of carpentry apprenticeship is transferable to the Community College of Allegheny County for 30 credits, which can be applied toward an associate degree in building construction estimation or supervision. Approximately 1,000 students enroll each year in carpenter and laborer apprenticeship programs. O’Brien said he is pleased to see more qualified people being attracted to the programs, which he attributes to current economic conditions. “Jobs are hard to come by and a lot of young people are looking toward the trades,” he said. “We are looking at the quality of the applicants going off the charts, many of them just out of college.” He said the typical applicant to the program used to be 28 to 29 years of age. Now people entering the program are in the 25-year-old range. “I think they will be in for the long term, too. Right around the mid-20s a lot of young people are starting families. They want benefits and the unions are a viable option.” Still, local contractors realize that the long-term trend for the industry labor pool is not good, with more skilled people retiring than are entering the trades. To address the problem, some of the unions in western Pennsylvania are changing pension rules. It used to be that working 30 years or reaching age 55 was sufficient tenure to earn 100 percent pension benefits. Last year, the figures were adjusted to 35 years or age 62. “This is one way they tackle the issue,” O’Brien said. “I think it is a pretty nice little Band-Aid. Hopefully, it will give young people an opportunity to assume leadership on the job site.” Landau Building Company, a Pittsburgh-area fixture in the contracting industry for more than a century, is an active participant in the Master Builders’ Association apprenticeship effort. Carpentry and laborer apprentices are employed by Landau, as well as co-op students from area schools including the University of Pittsburgh. “We definitely see the value of the apprenticeship programs,” said Jen Landau, a project manager at the company and a member of the MBA Young Constructors Committee. “We have a lot of apprentices who have spent all four years working for Landau and become journeymen. We have one right now who is going through superintendent training.” Landau said apprentices are welcomed into the workplace by their more established peers in the workforce, as well as by management. “There has been talk in the past how the older generation of carpenters hasn’t been cooperative, saying ‘This guy just wants to take my job.’ But I have never seen that personally and I believe the more experienced carpenters really embrace the young tradesmen.” Sometimes apprentice programs are farmed out to com-

munity college campuses, which usually is a good fit. But not always. In LaCrosse, Wis., a carpenters program operated for years by Western Technical College was taken back by the local carpenters union. Class schedules were the problem. “They said their employers wanted training in what they call block schedules,” said Bill Brendel, the school’s dean of agriculture, apprenticeship and technology. The school offered classroom work for the apprentices one day every other week for a total of 72 hours per semester. “Employers said they preferred to lose an employee for a week at a time rather than to pull them out every other Monday or something.” Most of the school’s carpenter apprentices were unionsponsored. The school offers both union and non-union training in some trades, though the classes are virtually identical as required by the state’s Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards. “It is a workable situation,” Brendel said of the union/nonunion classes, which are common across the country. “Unions have no problem bringing in non-union students. There actually is more pushback from non-union employers for having to send their employees to a union hall. They see the classes as an opportunity for a union to cherry-pick students. It is kind of an uneasy situation in some respects.” At a new craft teaching institution in Oregon, cooperative relationships range beyond the union status of students. The Northwest College of Construction was formed four years ago from the vision of college President Dan Graham. Graham had been workforce manager of the Columbia, Ore., chapter of the AGC for 10 years when he proposed that contractor associations come together to establish a college that could, in the words of its mission statement, “promote life-long learning by delivering craft, technical, supervisory and management education to the construction industry.” The college’s founding organizations are the Pacific Northwest chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors, the Homebuilders Association of Metropolitan Portland, the National Utility Contractors Association of Oregon and Southwest Washington, and the Columbia AGC chapter. They formed a non-profit, privately funded organization and purchased and remodeled a 40-year-old facility on Holman Street in Portland. “These trade associations often are competing,” Graham said, “but the reality is they all recognize no one is making much money in education. So it was easier to decide we could pool our resources and create some economies of scale and provide a better product. That logic really did win folks over.” The president said the college has about 1,600 enrollments — “we count enrollments, not bodies, an important distinction” — in this fourth school year of its existence. He is optimistic about the future. “I think we are going to make it,” Graham said. “We are still scrapping and of course in this economy everyone has their fingers crossed. I was just talking to some contractors that are really sweating bullets. By and large, contractors are our customers so we are watching the economy closely — the construction industry in particular, which as you know is pretty rough right now.” see APPRENTICE page 34


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Apprenticeship Enrollment, Craft Training at All-Time High APPRENTICE from page 30

The school operates eight merit apprentice programs, but anyone is welcome to enroll and union members quite often do. Laborer and heavy equipment apprenticeship classes are “steaming along quite nicely,” Graham said, possibly because public funding is at present flowing most heavily into highway and bridge construction projects. Some apprenticeship programs, such as the one serving tile setters, are under-enrolled because of minimal work for residential construction contractors, which are “just getting hammered” by the economy, Graham said. Like similar institutions across the country — actually,

Graham is not aware of any others configured quite like NCWW — the college has twin goals of upgrading skill levels in the industry and swelling the ranks of skilled workers. Graham said the sponsoring associations support both efforts. “We were sponsored by the industry locally for the training, but they really want us to spend a fair amount of our energy in recruiting. We are always in a recruitment mode. We have been watching the demographics of our industry for 10 years. We know what the average age of journeymen tradespeople are. The pool is pretty old and we know we are going to have to get new people in the industry.

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“There are a lot of people on the bench right now,” Graham said of layoffs that mark the economic times, “and that makes it a challenge to bring new people in. Those laid off will go back to work before we can hire new people. But we are seeing apprentices being hired right now and apprenticeship enrollment is at an all-time high.” One of the challenges facing the administration is to identify serious candidates for apprentice training as opposed to those who in the economic downturn are just biding their time at an employer’s expense. “Some are interested in a career in construction but then decide it isn’t what they had in mind. There is always a weeding out,” the president said. “Just this morning I was thinking about how to get people to get to that decision sooner rather than later. Apprentices are all paid for by employers, so it is real easy just to show up and let someone else pay the bill.” Local chapters of Associated Builders and Contractors frequently partner with community colleges for apprenticeship classes, said Todd Staub, ABC’s director of craft training. “What we are focusing on in the chapters is development of a lifelong career path for tradespeople. Skills training is a part of that.” Staub is enthusiastic about a second educational track being offered employers — craft training. In this program, students receive the identical classroom instruction and hands-on training as apprentices but sometimes for shorter duration. Craft training targets companies that want a way to raise the formal skill level of their employees without jumping through the hoops required by formal apprenticeship agreements. It appeals to contractors who are not working on public sector projects with obligatory apprenticeship contractual language. A curriculum, certified instruction and accreditation for craft training are provided by the 13-year-old National Center for Construction Education and Research, which is affiliated with the University of Florida. The not-for-profit foundation’s accreditation gives a certified graduate a portable credential. “Upon graduation,” said Staub, “a person has third-party accreditation he can carry throughout his career that says, ‘I have been trained to do this.’ We are looking for the lifelong learner in this industry and if we have something to engage these people from the beginning, if we can attract the right people into the industry, they will develop and stay in the industry for their entire career. Overall, we look at it as one of the pieces of the puzzle” in meeting the looming worker shortage. ABC gives craft training participants an extra incentive by once a year bringing together the top students from each center in the country in a national craft skills championship. In two days of competition, students vie for cash and tool prizes. Some 130 students are expected to compete in about a dozen crafts at ABC’s convention in San Diego, Calif., in February. Staub said the industry must offer today’s young people real choices in making and pursuing career decisions. “We are dealing today with people who want options, who want information to make an informed decision. Apprenticeship and craft training are two of those options.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Manitowoc Crane Care Opens Distribution Center in Ind. Manitowoc Cranes has dedicated a new Manitowoc Crane Care parts distribution center in Jeffersonville, Ind. The new 141,000 sq. ft. facility will consolidate parts distribution functions previously managed from warehouses in Manitowoc, Wis., Shady Grove, Pa., and Rockford, Ill. Bob Hund, executive vice president of Manitowoc Crane Care, said opening the new facility would provide cost and time savings to customers. “Providing superior customer service is a core value at Manitowoc Cranes,” he said. “By streamlining parts distribution this way, we are helping improve our response time and reduce costs for our customers and dealers around the

world — ultimately adding more value for our customers.” The new distribution center, which will be operated by Cat Logistics, will employ 50 people when fully operational at the end of this year. The distribution center will be responsible for more than 70,000 unique part numbers. This new arrangement also allows for multi-brand parts shipments to be combined, which not only saves time but also consolidates shipping costs. The Jeffersonville facility is located near Louisville, Ky., one of the largest air and ground shipping hubs in North America. Because of this proximity, the cut-off time for deal-

ers and customers to order parts has been extended from 5 p.m. Eastern time to 10 p.m. Eastern time. In addition, 70 percent of Manitowoc’s North American customer base can now be reached within two days via ground transportation, increased from 50 percent. International customers also will benefit from faster air freight service. The new distribution center represents a significant investment for Manitowoc Cranes, and plans for the project were put in place more than two years ago before the economic downturn. But Hund said, despite an economic challenging time, Manitowoc’s commitment to its customers has stayed strong. “Our new distribution center represents a major commitment by Manitowoc,” he said. “And despite the economic difficulties throughout all aspects of the construction indus-

(L-R) are Dave Hardin, vice president Manitowoc Crane Care, Americas; Steve Larson, president of Caterpillar Logistics Services; Eric Etchart, president and general manager Manitowoc Cranes; Dan Goodale, president Manitowoc Cranes Americas Dealer Council, Bob Hund, executive vice president Manitowoc Crane Care; and Dan Bradley, Cat Logistics Center manager.

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Caterpillar Appoints Doug Oberhelman as New CEO The board of directors of Caterpillar Inc. elected Douglas R. Oberhelman to the offices of vice chairman and CEO — Elect, effective Jan. 1, 2010. Oberhelman, 56, currently serves as group president of Caterpillar with responsibility for the company’s engine and gas turbine businesses, human services, rail services and remanufacturing divisions. As vice chairman and CEO – Elect, Oberhelman will take on the additional responsibilities of managing the leadership transition and updating the company’s strategy. Announcing the succession plan at this time allows Oberhelman to concentrate on aligning resources for the future and defining critical success factors for Caterpillar’s leadership going forward. He will serve as vice chairman and CEO — Elect until the June 2010 Caterpillar board of directors meeting, at which time he will be elected chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors, succeeding James W. Owens, 63. Owens will continue to serve as chairman of the board and CEO until July 1, 2010. He will remain as chairman of the board through Oct. 31, 2010, when he will retire in accordance with the company’s long-standing mandatory retirement policy and be succeeded by Oberhelman at that time. “Jim informed us in 2008 that he was planning to retire in the fall of 2010 and has worked extensively with the governance committee and the board of directors over the last 12 months to develop a succession plan to smoothly transition the company into its next phase of executive leadership and to align the transition with the company’s annual and long-term strategic planning cycles,” said W. Frank Blount, presiding director and chairman of the governance committee of Caterpillar’s board of directors. “Jim has provided exceptional leadership to the company during its most significant period of growth and also during the most severe global economic recession since the 1930s,” Blount added. Owens has given his full support to his successor. “Doug has gained a broad understanding of Caterpillar’s business through his diverse background, which has ranged from serving as our chief financial officer, to focusing on operational excellence in Cat’s engine manufacturing operations, to leading marketing efforts in the Americas,” said Owens. “Doug’s expertise in all critical facets of our business, combined with his international business experience in Asia and Latin America, and his relentless focus on execution and results make him uniquely qualified to lead Caterpillar in today’s global economy.” Reflecting on the accomplishments of the person he will succeed, Oberhelman noted,

“Jim has been instrumental in redefining Caterpillar and putting in place a strategy to achieve the company’s Vision 2020. This highly focused strategic plan has resulted in a clear vision for the company and laid the foundation for Caterpillar’s outstanding performance to date in these very difficult economic times. I am truly honored to follow him as chairman and CEO and to lead one of the most dedicated and talented groups of employees in our industry,” said Oberhelman. Doug Oberhelman’s Caterpillar History Oberhelman joined Caterpillar in 1975 in the corporate treasury department and has held a variety of positions, including senior finance representative based in South America for Caterpillar Americas Co.; region finance manager and district manager for the company’s North American Commercial Division; and managing director and vice general manager for strategic planning at Shin Caterpillar Mitsubishi Ltd. in Tokyo, Japan. Oberhelman was elected a vice president in 1995, serving as Caterpillar’s chief financial officer with administrative responsibility for the corporation’s accounting, information services, tax, treasury, investor relations and marketing support services areas from 1995 to November 1998. He then became vice president with responsibility for the engine products division, including the market development, strategic planning, supplier management, electric power generation and worldwide marketing and administration for Caterpillar’s engine business. He was elected a group president and member of Caterpillar’s executive office in 2002 and has had responsibility for the company’s Asia Pacific region as well as Cat’s financial products and strategic support divisions. He also was responsible for the legal services and systems and processes divisions. He currently oversees the human services and sustainable development functions as well as Caterpillar’s growing remanufacturing business. He also leads the worldwide manufacturing, marketing and support of industrial and large power systems, industrial gas turbines and progress rail services. Oberhelman has a bachelor’s degree from Milikin University. He has served as chairman of the board of trustees for Milikin University and chairman of the board of directors for NC2 Global LLC, a Caterpillar and Navistar International joint venture. He is a former director for the boards of South Side Bank, Milikin University and Easter Seals. He is director for the boards of The Nature Conservancy — Illinois Chapter; Ameren Corporation, serving as chairman of the Ameren Corporation Audit Committee

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and a member of the Nominating and Governance Committee; and Eli Lilly and Company, serving on the Audit and Finance Committees. He also is a member of the board of the National Association of Manufacturers, the Manufacturing Institute and the Wetlands America Trust. Jim Owens’ Caterpillar History Owens was elected chairman and chief executive officer of Caterpillar on Feb. 1, 2004. He joined the company in 1972 as a corporate economist and was named chief economist of Caterpillar Overseas S.A. in Geneva, Switzerland in 1975. From 1980 until 1987 he held managerial positions in Peoria in the accounting and product source planning departments. In 1987 he became managing director of P.T. Natra Raya, Caterpillar’s joint venture in Indonesia. He held that position until 1990, when he was elected a corporate vice president and named president of Solar Turbines Incorporated, a Caterpillar subsidiary in San Diego. In 1993 he came to Peoria as vice president and chief financial officer with

administrative responsibility for the corporate services division. In 1995, Owens was named a group president and member of Caterpillar’s executive office. Over the next eight years as a group president, Owens was at various times responsible for 13 of the company’s 25 divisions. Owens, a native of Elizabeth City, N.C., graduated from North Carolina State University in 1973 with a Ph.D. in economics. He is a director of Alcoa Inc. in Pittsburgh, Pa., and IBM Corporation in Armonk, N.Y. Owens is a director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics; a director of the Council on Foreign Relations; and a member of the Global Advisory Council to The Conference Board in New York. He is chairman of the International Trade and Investment Task Force of the Business Roundtable; chairman of the Business Council; and a member of the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board in Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.cat.com.


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Volvo’s G900 Series Motorgraders Features Seven Models It takes a confident company to design a whole new family of products from scratch when its existing range is regarded by many as a market leader. But that is exactly what Volvo CE has done with its new Volvo G900 motorgraders. Built on two distinct but integrated platforms, there are seven models, including two all-wheel drive machines. Fitted with either a Volvo D7 or Volvo D9 engine, the Volvo G900 product lineup is designed to combine the attributes of productivity, operator friendliness, reliability and ease of service, according to the manufacturer. The seven models of the range are the Volvo G930, Volvo G940, Volvo G946, Volvo G960, Volvo G970, Volvo G976 and the Volvo G990 — 34,290, 35,179, 36,710, 36,768, 39,026, 40,554, 46,281 lb. (15,554, 15,957, 16,650, 16,678, 17,702, 18,395 and 20,993 kg), respectively. The first four models were engineered with the 7.2-L Volvo D7 engine. The larger three use the 9.4-L Volvo D9 engine. Volvo engines were identified as being ideal for these applications, as they produce high torque at low engine speeds, delivering responsiveness and fuel efficiency. Through extensive operator input, Volvo has integrated into the design the requirements of motorgrader customers and users worldwide. The Volvo G900 motorgraders combine the technological strength of the Volvo Group with familiar Volvo CE attributes. Each Volvo G900 motorgrader features EU Stage IIIA and U.S. Tier III-certified Volvo engines utilizing Volvo Advanced Combustion Technology (V-ACT). These engines run cleanly without the extra service requirements of additional equipment or after-treatment of exhaust gases, according to the manufacturer. All seven models have three power ranges, depending upon the transmission gear selected, as standard equipment. This feature works to optimize engine performance and enhance overall fuel efficiency by matching engine power to the application.

Wide-stance blade-lift cylinders coupled with the low-angle side-shift cylinder provide a stable grading platform. Proportional Demand Flow (PDF) intelligent load sensing hydraulics and a powerful twin-gear, direct drive circle turn system result in a precise, instantly responsive earthmoving tool. It also provides high strength to hold or turn the moldboard smoothly while moving under full load. This accuracy of control and performance results in more one-pass finishes which contributes significantly to productivity and cost saving, according to the manufacturer. Built-in Productivity The power and precision of motorgraders lies in their ability to translate engine power into useable traction and control. And the transmission is central to this. The Volvo G900 motorgraders use the Volvo-designed HTE840 transmission, which has selectable manual, autoshift (optional) and travel modes. With autoshift, the operator selects the target gear and the transmission shifts automatically through turns and grades as needed. Its shuttle-shift feature aids quick, simple duty cycles by allowing shuttling between selected forward and reverse gears in a single smooth motion without clutching or pausing. Autoshift comes standard on the Volvo exclusive HTE1160 transmission — the industry’s first 11-speed motorgrader drive train. With 11 forward and six reverse speeds, the optional HTE1160 transmission allows more control (at low speeds), more efficient travel (at high speeds) and more precision in the normal working speeds. Such control also pays dividends when it comes to fuel economy as the engine can be operated at its most economical revolutions per minute, smoothly and efficiently. Lifelong Reliability The robotically welded frame helps ensure structural rigidity while the fullperimeter rear-frame design protects the power train from load stresses created by

Volvo has introduced a seven model G900 family of motorgraders.

side and rear attachments, such as rippers, scarifiers or plows. The structural design of the grader is focused on placing its power and weight to maximize blade-down force and drawbar pull rates. At the rear, Volvo APR70 and APR90 planetary reduction axles reduce loading on tandem chains and deliver both power and traction to the ground efficiently. To match grader performance with tractive conditions, an operator can lock or unlock the rear axle differential with a simple on-off switch. The front axle has a high-center ground clearance, a sharp steering angle and a minimum of components to minimize maintenance. In fact, there is no daily greasing or weekly servicing required with a Volvo G900 motorgrader, as the standard oil change interval is 500 hours. Even fueling is easy, with ground-level access. Sight glasses and level sensors take care of the rest. The now familiar Contronics electronic monitoring system has been expanded in the Volvo G900 motorgrader with more grader functions being analyzed. All-Purpose All Wheel Drive The two all wheel drive (AWD) models in the range offer three distinct features in their drive systems. The powerful six-wheel drive

combines with an efficient four-wheel tandem drive and the front-wheel creep mode, which is ideal for precise fine-grade applications. The operator has 16 selectable levels of aggression to match AWD performance to the task at hand for ultimate control. A Great Place to Go to Work ROPS/FOPS certified, the Volvo cabs’ familiar styling features expansive glass areas providing enhanced ground-up visibility from the forward, rear and downward views. The operator is aided by six interior and exterior mirrors, which together give a commanding view around the machine. Open the cab door, and the steps and handholds are illuminated automatically for safer entry and exit. Extensive noise and vibration suppression is designed into the cab to maximize operator productivity. The cabin is pressurized and two large-capacity filters maintain a constant flow of clean air from 10 outlets. All essential operator controls are mounted on a slide and tilt adjustable center pedestal. Low-effort pedals and short-throw levers help reduce operator fatigue. Mounting brackets also are provided so that communications equipment can easily be installed.

New Holland Motorgraders Perform in Multiple Applications Ranging from 140 to 205 hp (104 to 153 kW), with standard blade lengths from 12 to 14 ft. (3.6 to 4.3 m), New Holland Construction motorgraders are engineered to perform in every application, from ripping and rough grading to precise and accurate finishing work. The operator’s cab is mounted behind the articulation point, providing an enhanced view of both ends of the working blade, and enabling the operator to maneuver and respond quickly. With heavy-duty, box-section construction, the rugged frames of the G140, G170 and G200 motorgraders are designed to endure the most rigorous working conditions. Durable front axles stand up to tough grading jobs and oscillate up to 19 degrees to manage rough

terrain. An extra-long wheelbase helps delivers a smooth ride, according to the manufacturer. Visibility Featuring thin corner posts and door frames, and more than 62 sq. ft. of glass area, the cab on New Holland motorgraders provides an increased view in all directions. An integrated sunshade reduces glare, and standard front and rear windshield wipers/washers ensure a clear view. Interior and exterior mirrors help the operator keep tabs on any activity behind the machine. For more information, visit www.construction.newholland.com.


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MAKE

MODEL

OPERATING WEIGHT (LBS)

MOLDBOARD LENGTH (FT)

MOLDBOARD HEIGHT (IN)

BLADE LIFT ABOVE GOUND (IN)

845DHP 865VHP 885

29,777 32,235 37,950

12 13 14

22 23.6 23.6

17.5 17.5 17.5

MAX. BLADE SIDE SHIFT, RIGHT/LEFT (IN)

SHOULDER REACH, FRAME STRAIGHT, RIGHT/LEFT (FT/IN)

NET ENGINE POWER, 1ST GEAR (HP)

FRAME ARTICULATION, EITHER SIDE (DEG)

MIN. TURN RADIUS (FT/IN)

7.3/6.6 7.3/6.6 7.3/6.6

140 180 205

25 25 25

23.8 23.8 23.9

75/69 75/69 78/71 90/82 90/85 102/90 127/126

138 158 183 213 259 297 533

20 20 20 20 20 20 25

24.5 24.5 25.4 24.9 25.9 29.2 40.7

3.0/3.0 3.0/3.0 3.0/3.0 3.0/3.0 3.0/3.0 6.3/6.5 6.3/6.5

110 110 110 110 110 120 120

24 24 24 24 24 20 20

17.5 17.5 21 19 19 N/A N/A

6.8 6.8 6.8 6.8 7.7 7.7

155 165 170 194 180 214

22 22 22 22 22 22

23.7 23.7 23.7 23.7 23.7 23.7

79 79 79

140 180 180

23 23 23

22.3 22.7 22.7

7.2/6.3 7.2/6.3 7.2/6.3

140 180 205

25 25 25

23.8 23.9 23.9

39.1/42

110

25

18.8

79/80 79/80 79/80 79/80 77/78 77/78 89/89

155 175 195 195 210 225 225

23 23 23 23 21 21 21

23.8 23.8 23.8 23.8 25.3 25.0 26.8

CASE Case Case Case

27/21 27/21 27/21

CATERPILLAR Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar

120M 12M 140M 160M 14M 16M 24M

31,069 32,016 33,356 35,060 47,133 57,452 137,694

12 12 12 14 14 16 24

24 24 24 27 27 31 42

17 17 19 18 16.5 15.6 25

Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion

C60 C C66 C C70 C C80 C C86 C C110 C C116 C

12,800 13,400 13,050 15,000 15,500 23,500 24,000

10 10 10 10 10 12 12

21 21 19 21 21 24 24

16 16 16 16 16 23 23

Deere Deere Deere Deere Deere Deere

670G 770G 672G 772G 870G 872G

33,820 34,730 36,060 36,920 36,120 38,240

12 12 12 12 14 14

24 24 24 24 27 27

19.3 (with 6 in. cutting edge) 19.3 (with 6 in. cutting edge) 19.3 (with 6 in. cutting edge) 19.3 (with 6 in. cutting edge) 17.8, 19.3 (with 6 in. cutting edge) 17.8, 19.3 (with 6 in. cutting edge)

GD555-3 GD655-3 GD675-3

30,950 37,801 38,705

12 12 12

26 26 26

26/20 26/20 29/27 37/32 31/29 43/26 193/178

CHAMPION 44 44 36 44 44 44 44

JOHN DEERE 26.9 26.9 26.9 26.9 26.9 26.9

KOMATSU Komatsu Komatsu Komatsu

1.6 1.7 1.7

25/25 25/25 25/25

NEW HOLLAND NHC NHC NHC

G140 G170 G200

29,918 31,786 37,739

12 14 14

24.4 26.3 26.3

17.5 17.5 17.5

65E

16,800

10

16.63

15.4

G930 G940 G946 G960 G970 G976 G990

34,830 36,150 38,140 38,690 41,660 43,650 48,720

12 (standard) 12 (standard) 12 (standard) 12 (standard) 12 (standard) 12 (standard) 14 (standard)

25 (standard) 25 (standard) 25 (standard) 25 (standard) 29 (standard) 29 (standard) 31 (standard)

17.5 17.5 17.5 17.5 18 18 17.5

28/21 28/21 28/21

NORAM NorAm

20/17

VOLVO Volvo Volvo Volvo Volvo Volvo Volvo Volvo

26.5/21.5 29.5/30.5 29.5/30.5 29.5/30.5 29.5/30.5 29.5/30.5 29.5/30

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KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY, INC. www.kirby-smith.com 6715 W. Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73137 800/375-3339 Fax: 405/787-5973 12321 E. Pine St. Tulsa, OK 74116 800/375-3733 Fax: 918/437-7065 1629 Vision Dr. Abilene, TX 79602 877/577-5729 3922 I-40 East Amarillo, TX 79103 800/283-1247 8505 So Central Expwy Dallas, TX 75241 800/753-1247 1450 NE Loop 820 Fort Worth, TX 76106 877/851-9977 3201 E Slaton Rd Lubbock, TX 79404 866/289-6087

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Reports: Federal Stimulus Sends $1.8 Billion to Oregon PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Oregon has received about $1.8 billion in the first eight months of the federal stimulus program credited with saving or creating nearly 10,000 jobs in the state. Reports released Oct. 31 showed the largest number of jobs saved by the spending, both nationally and in Oregon, was for teachers. “We think it’s great news for Oregon’s economy,” said Becca Uhberlau, spokeswoman of the Oregon Education Association, the statewide teachers union. The Oregon share of the stimulus money also is being used to repave hundreds of miles of roads, clear brush from fire-prone forests and dredge shipping lanes in the state’s harbors. The money comes from the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act, a $787 billion federal spending bill pushed by President Barack Obama and approved by Congress in February. About two-thirds of the money has yet to be spent. Oregon Health & Science University researchers Marilyn

Huckans and Jennifer Loftis are among the recipients of the hundreds of federal contracts, loans and grants that have gone to Oregon as part of the massive federal effort to turn around the recession. The researchers said they received nearly $1 million for their work on finding a more effective treatment for addicts. The money will be used to hire support staff and buy lab mice and equipment for two years of intense study. “This is our big opportunity,” said Huckans. “We are finally able to get going.” In a telephone briefing, Jared Bernstein, chief economist of Vice President Joe Biden, said the numbers did not include other parts of the stimulus package, such as tax cuts, higher unemployment checks and $250 bonuses to Social Security recipients. “Those create jobs, too,” Bernstein said. Job figures were gathered from state officials, private contractors and others who reported receiving stimulus funds. They were asked to list how many people were working who

wouldn’t have jobs without the stimulus. Among those reporting was Todd Construction, a Tigard firm that bids on big commercial contracts. It won a $1.9 million stimulus-funded project to replace screens in the fish passage section of Bonneville Dam to make it easier for young salmon to migrate to the Pacific Ocean. Company Vice President Ken Dixon said he added six jobs to the overall stimulus calculation — two carpenters who had been laid off were hired back; two who were in danger of being laid off were kept on, and two supervisors who had run out of jobs were put on the Bonneville project. Tim Duy, a University of Oregon economist, said there’s no question that spending federal money will put some people to work. But he warned the unemployment numbers are so high they continue to threaten hopes for a solid recovery. “The recession is like a pothole,” Duy said, adding that the stimulus “threw some gravel in the bottom of the pothole. Is this good? Sure. But you’re still dropping into a pothole.”

Kim Eickerman Joins Modern Machinery as Branch Manager Kim Eickerman has joined Modern Machinery as branch manager in Spokane, Wash. Eickerman brings with him more than 20 years of industrial management experience, eight years of business management in the construction and forestry industry, seven

years of business management in the lumber industry and 14 years of business management in the steel industry. Before coming to Modern Machinery, Eickerman’s previous position was as general sales manager at Pierce Pacific Corp of

Portland, Ore. Eickerman also developed and maintained Pierce Pacific’s OEM agreements with Komatsu and other manufacturers. “We welcome Kim to Modern,” said Lamont Cantrell, vice president of sales at

Modern Machinery. “He brings enthusiasm, energy and technical strengths to the company. We expect him to have a major impact on our customer base.” For more information, call 800/332-1617 or visit www.modernmachinery.com.


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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. BULLDOZER D7G ONLY CONTRACTOR Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BARBER GREEN BG210B PAVER I AM LOOKING FOR BG210B PAVER Contact: TONY THOMAS Phone: 818-956-5231 Fax: 818-956-5239 Email: tonythomas@pacificcranes.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HM 4500 Contact: NASEEM KAUKAB Phone: 00966 503114628 Fax: 00966 1 477 3075 Email: naseem@sajco.com.sa –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DUMP TRUCK Contact: LARRY WEINSTEIN Phone: 845 721-2983 Fax: 845 357-221 Email: lbw228@optonline.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2 CAT 938F WHEEL LOADERS Contact: RICHARD Phone: 603 828-6100 Fax: 603 430-2119 Email: cmisold@myfairpoint.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING TO BUY D6NLGP Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VOLVO 360 EXCAVATOR 2004-2006, ANY LOCATION OK Contact: JOHN TANNOURJI Phone: 914-693-0300 Email: itc@bestweb.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DEMOLITION BUCKET FOR A CAT 977L REASONABLY PRICED Contact: RICK Phone: 860-428-1059 Email: aliciabeth@sbcglobal.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADER 910EFG, 920, 930, 936E Contact: ALHARTHI Phone: 00447875086827 Email: deerah1est@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DYNAPACS CA251D,CA252D,CA262D,CA302,CA301 Contact: WAQAR AHMED Phone: 92-0333-2376638 Email: waqar_zki@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU MOTORGRADERS GD525A,GD605A,GD625A PLEASE OFFER US & KINDLY SEND US DETAILS, PHOTOS & BEST PRICE. Contact: NAQIB KHAN Phone: +92-333-3298751 Email: naqib_khan73@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRAWLER CRANE AMERICAN 9310 CRAWLER CRANE Contact: JOHN NEVINS Email: johntnevins@comcast.net ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

KUBOTA CHAIN ON FORKS TO BUCKET THESE ARE FORKS THAT SLIP ON THE BUCKET AND ARE HELD ON WITH A CHAIN AND BINDER Contact: BILL VAN PAMEL Email: wvanpamel@wowway.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING TO BUY OLDER CAT WHEEL LOADERS | IN MODELS 910, 920, 930, 950, 950B, 950E, 966D/E/F. Contact: ATHER A. SIDDIQUI Phone: +92-333-2240692 Email: ather.cat@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 325 OR 330 BL OR CL 325 9R 330 MUST HAVE 3306 ENGINE, 36" TRACT, JACK HAMMER AND 70 TO 80% U/C Contact: SAM Phone: 940-655-8462 Email: s-mahoney@lycos.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA REAR HYDRAULIC OUTLETS I WANT TO CONNECT UP TO 4 QD FOR REAR ATTACHMENTS ON MY KUBOTA 3750 TRACTOR. I HAVE EXISTING 3POINT & MY TRACTOR HAS EXISTING LEVER SLOTS FOR CONTROL. USED IS OK. Contact: TERRY Phone: 206-241-0630 Email: donlin.te@clearwire.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT DEMOLITION BUCKET USED Contact: RICK Phone: 860-428-0159 Email: aliciabeth@sbcglobal.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE OR HITACHI 160C LC Contact: DAVE CAPODICE Phone: 309-275-1927 Fax: 309-828-1960 Email: dcexcavating@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOADERS, GRADERS, EXCAVATORS LOOKING FOR EQUIPMENT TO PURCHASE. WE CAN ALSO HELP YOU LOCATE EQUIPMENT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR. Contact: RHONDA SCHEER Phone: 610-544-3399 Email: rhonda@scheerbrothers.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ANY TYPE OF STEEL I BUY ANY TYPE OF NEW, USED OR SURPLUS STEEL INCLUDING SHEET PILING, H-PILING, PIPE PILING, WIDE FLANGE BEAMS, PLATES, PIPE, TUBING ETC... Contact: MICHAEL KAYE Phone: 609-882-6983 x 104 Fax: 609-882-7458 Email: mkaye@capitalsteel.org –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE/DAVIS TRENCHER TF900/TF1000 DEAD OR ALIVE Contact: STEVEN H. MILLER Phone: (260) 341-2140 Fax: (260) 724-4165 Email: stevenhmillerconst@yahoo.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

OHIO SCRAP MAGNET Contact: MARK VIA Phone: 540-745-3405 Fax: 866-905-5488 Email: viatruck@swva.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 345B TRACKS/PADS Contact: BILL KUKURIN Email: bkukurin@kukurin.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT 323 COMPACT EXCAVATOR I AM LOOKING FOR A COMPACT EXCAVATOR SIMILAR TO THE 323. Contact: JASON Email: piercejasona@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING TO BUY CONTRACTOR D6KLGP Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 450-346-8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VIBRO HAMMER Contact: MIKE DONNES Phone: +61427775849 Fax: +61892932261 Email: mike-jd@bigpond.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FINAL DRIVE Contact: ROBERTO J PALACIOS Phone: 786-287-7056 Fax: 305-573-7038 Email: rpalacios@cargoawaycorp.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR D11R CRAWLER TRACTORS WE NEED ONE POSSIBLY TWO 8ZR OR 9TR SERIES PARTS OR CORE REBUILD MACHINES. SU AND SINGLE SHANK PREFERRED. ANY LOCATION WORLD WIDE. IF YOU HAVE A MACHINE MATCHING OUR NEEDS PLEASE SEND DETAILS, PHOTOS AND PRICE. Contact: CHARLES SOLOMONE Phone: 719-689-2434 Email: csolomone@tradewindequipment.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT D11T | CAT D11T. NEW UP TO 4000 HOURS. Contact: PAUL CROLLA Phone: +47-22.207696 Email: m.crolla@sky.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Wrecked or burnt Morbark Model 13 wood chipper for parts. Contact: Norma Phone: 724-887-9375 Fax: 724-887-4899 Email: lewequip@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VOLVO L120B OR L120C - (1) VOLVO L120B OR L120C, ANY YEAR, ANY CONDITION Contact: IVAN OCAMPO Email: iocampo@jycexports.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D85A21 - 4 X KOMATSU D85A-21. NEW UPTO 3000 HOURS. Contact: PAUL CROLLA Phone: +47-22.207696 Email: m.crolla@sky.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

KUBOTA L39 OR NEW HOLLAND TC40 WOULD LIKE EITHER A KUBOTA L39 OR A NEW HOLLAND TC40A Contact: GERRY PAOLIN Email: apaolin@cogeco.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FRONT LOADER FOR A KUBOTA L5450 Contact: CHARLIE LOVEALL Phone: 412-445-1878 Email: cloveall@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FELCO ROLLER BUCKET Contact: DONALD BEARD Phone: 828-324-6774 Fax: 828-324-9632 Email: kelly@neillgrading.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RAYGO RUSTLER 404 PARTS MACHINE Contact: WARREN CARD Phone: 423-332-2223 Fax: 423-332-9444 Email: me13158@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRANE BOOM & BASE FOR BUCYRUS ERIE 30B SUPER Contact: VINCENT NERI Phone: 860-664-8042 Fax: 860-664-9175 Email: vneri@occllc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JD 595D,495 - LOOKING TO BUY JOHN DEERE 595 WHEELED EXCAVATOR OR 495 JD ANY YEAR Contact: IMTIAZ Phone: 647-887-4786 Fax: 905-497-8633 Email: machineryexporters@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LATE MODEL SOMERO POWER RAKE NO RETAIL DEALS PLEASE. Contact: TOM NACEY Phone: 651-214-1694 Email: tnacey@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BADGER 460 Contact: COREY Email: westfallconstruction@juno.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED NOW FROM CONTRACTOR ONLY 4 BULLDOZERS 375A 3 Contact: JEAN MAURTICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 330DL Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 330BL CAT EXCAVATOR Contact: ROD MARTIN OR PETER CORCH Phone: 717-733-3593 Fax: 717-733-8531 Email: rod@martinexc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VIBRATORY ROLLERS • WANTED 05 OR NEWER 66-84 IN ROLLERS 1000 HRS OR LESS Contact: JIM Email: jimdobinson@telus.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 140H - CAT 140H GRADER, 17.5X25 TYRES, BELOW 3500 HOURS, RIPPER Contact: PAUL CROLLA Phone: 47-22.207696 Fax: 44-161.226-8525 Email: santina@online.no ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

JOHN DEERE WHEELED EXCAVATOR595 - JOHN DEERE WHEELED EXCAVATOR 495,595 Contact: IMTIAZ Phone: 647-887-4786 Fax: 9054978633 Email: machineryexporters@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING TO BUY 650J NEW LGP Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT D8H STARTER - 46A22000 SERIES DIRECT ELECTRIC STARTER. Contact: JOHN NEVINS Email: johntnevins@comcast.net –––––���–––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2004 CAT BACKHOE 426B Contact: DOUG LAUGHLIN Phone: 607-742-9017 Fax: 607-795-4157 Email: laughlincontracting@msn.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BALL JOINT FOR INGERSOLL RAND VR636 - LOOKING FOR USED BALL JOINT FOR INGERSOLL RAND VR636 ALL TERRAIN FORK LIFT. PART# 59210572. Contact: JOSH KAMMEYER Phone: 269-685-9525 Fax: 269-685-5888 Email: a1rentall@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BRIDGE DECK FINISHER Contact: BRIAN SKAJEM Phone: 909 772 1749 Fax: 951 352 4301 Email: brianws4300@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED PARTS FOR JCB BACKHOE 3C1400B - NEED LOADER CONTROL ALSO NEED 18.4-24 TIRES Contact: KLAUS MUELLER Phone: 239-980-2000 Fax: 239-418-1000 Email: klausdesign2000@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– AUSTIN WESTERN BLADE PACER 300 DEAD OR ALIVE Contact: LYLE CARPENTER Phone: 701-549-3727 Email: lcarpent@utma.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– REAR RIPPER FOR CAT D5NXL Contact: WENDELL CAIN Phone: 770-381-8984 Fax: 770-381-6977 Email: wendell@cainandtodd.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GRADALL 660E CRAWLER | GRADALL 660E CRAWLER WITH 5.9 CUMMINS Contact: SCOTT RUBRIGHT Phone: 724-468-4700 Fax: 724-468-4975 Email: scottr@kt-grantinc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D355 Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

1976-1979 CAT 12G Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR CRAWLER DOZER Contact: GREG HENDRIX Phone: 936-327-5430 Fax: 936-327-5108 Email: greg@hendrixmachineryllc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOADER CAT 970FII,966FII,966D VERY GOOD CONDITION Contact: MANSOUR HASEB Phone: +202 26632820 Fax: +202 26632820 Email: mansorhaseb@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 50 TO 75 TON CONVENTIONAL TRUCK CRANE Contact: JERRY WADE Phone: 713-248-7971 Fax: 281-348-0854 Email: menade_inc@msn.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TELEHANDLER Contact: TONY SPADA Phone: 407-509-4000 Fax: 407-850-0256 Email: memovers@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRAWLER CRANE Contact: VINCENT Phone: 860-664-8042 Fax: 860-664-9175 Email: vneri@occllc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WHEEL LOADER-JD 624J, QUICK CONNECT, LOW HRS, PREFER SIDE DUMP. Contact: JOHN NEVINS Email: johntnevins@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED KOMATSU DOZER 155,375 Contact: ALHARTHI Phone: 00447875086827 Email: deerah1est@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1972 96J1729 DS CAT DOZER Contact: CHUCK GREENE Phone: 843-669-8481/843-621-4411 Email: weshair729@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FLATBED TRAILER Contact: JIMMY ELROD Phone: 864 226 9380/ 843 238 8588 Email: jimmyelrd8@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING TO BUY PIECE 355 KOMATSU Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MASSEY FERGUSON 50HX "S SERIES" BACKHOE Contact: STONE Phone: 937-313-0321 Email: stoneconst1997@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADER 950B,E,F 936E Contact: ALHARTHI Phone: 00447875086827 Fax: 00441912713032 Email: deerah1est@yahoo.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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CLASSIFIEDS CRANES ASPHALT EQUIPMENT

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2005 Cat CB224E, 160 hours ....................................$29,900 2004 Cat CB224E, 946 hours ....................................$19,900 2002 CB334D, 962 hours..Call 2004 CB334E, 2954 hours ...... ....................................$27,000 2004 Cat CB534DXW, 832 hours ..........................$75,000 2005 Cat CS563E, 287 hours.. ....................................$75,000 2005 Cat CS563E, 1332 hours ....................................$75,000 2005 Cat CS563E, 1,778 hours ....................................$75,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

Asphalt - Misc. Extreme Service Rotary Wheel Cutter Ship in 24 hours! Parts for all competitive units Call 218-863-6444 Attachments International www.attachmentsintl.com

ATTACHMENTS Hammers 2003 Cat H160 ..........$55,000 2004 Cat H160 ..........$45,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

COMPACTION EQUIPMENT Misc. Compaction Equip. 2001 CAT 836, 8923 hours...... ....................................$59,000 2004 CAT 836G, 7159 hours .. ..................................$355,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

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Crawler Tractor FORKLIFTS 2006 Cat D4GXL, 1049 hours ..................$69,000 2004 Cat D6RXLII, 4551 hours ................$155,000 2004 Cat D8RII, 3406 hours ................$369,300 1998 Cat D8R, 16,600 hours ............$143,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

EXCAVATORS Hydraulic Excavators NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800-445-4381 2006 Cat 303.5CCR, 698 hours ....................$39,900 2003 Cat 325CL, 2,998 hours ..............$108,300 2003 Cat 325CL, 6,987 hours ................$75,000 2005 Cat 330CL, 2,366 hours ..............$199,000 2006 Cat 345CL ME, 3,809 hours ..............$299,000 2003 Cat 345BL, 4,941 hours ..............$199,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

Mini Excavators Yanmar VIO75, s/n 12634, max digging deoth 15’5’’, max reach 22’11’’, trvel speed 2.9 mph, bucket, good condition, 358 hours ..........................$65,000 405-348-4633

Rough Terrain Forklifts 2007 JCB 930, 6 cyl. 4WD canopy model with 22’’ clear view mast, 6,000 lb. lift w/60’’ ITA forks. Mint Condition. Pictures Available, 600 hours. ..................................$35,000. Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697

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2003 JCB 407ZX Compact, cab, heat, A/C, radial tires, limited slip trans with 1.0 cu yd GP bucket and set of F/F.Good condition Pictures available, 2800 hrs ....................$31,500.

G & H Services, Inc. 973/383-3370 Fax: 373/383-5756

GENERATORS Generators & Gen Sets

2008 McCloskey Stacker, 36’’x80’ conveyor, 48 hp diesel, air brakes, lights, ready for transport, new, 0 hours ............ ..................................$54,500.

Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697 2006 Cat 904B, 3,456 hours .. ....................................$39,000 2005 928GZ, 2519 hours ........ ....................................$87,300 2006 Cat 938GII, 2,552 hours ..................................$119,000 2006 Cat 938GII, 441 hours .... ..................................$129,000 2006 Cat 972H, 3,180 hours .. ..................................$229,000 2003 Cat 980G, 7251 hours .... ..................................$199,000 2002 Cat 980G..................Call 1998 Cat 980 ............$499,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729 JCB 426, s/n 1231556, cab, air, heat, Powershift, smooth ride, 3yd. bucket, excellent condition, 2750 hours..............CALL AZ Production Machinery 800-637-0821

Track Loaders

2005 Cat 420D, 972 hours ...... ....................................$49,000 2006 Cat 420EIT, 773 hours.... ....................................$65,000

2006 Cat 953C, 721 hours ...... ..................................$135,000

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Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

TR1103211292 Track Pad, (118), 14’’ single grouser, 14mm bolt................$7.39. Ea. TR1113000260 Top Roller (2), complete w/shaft....$82.00. Ea. TR1113000281 Bottom Roller (9), double flange $103.00. Ea. G & H Services, Inc. 973/383-3370 973/390-7394 Cell Fax: 373/383-5756

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Daily - Weekly - Monthly & Long Term Rentals Available

6S8800MT Link Assy., (2), 36 section, dry, master pin, 9/16’’ bolt........................$849.00 Ea. 6S605MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, dry, split master, 9/16’’ bolt........................$874.00 Ea. 6S9066MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt ..........$1,099.00 Ea. 6Y1339MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt ..........$1,105.00 Ea. 3T6705MT Link Assy., (2), 37 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt ..........$1,150.00 Ea.

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SCRAPERS Motor Scrapers 1998 Cat 627F, 9,740 hours .... ..................................$299,000 1998 Cat 627F, 10,307 hours .. ..................................$299,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729


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TRENCHER Trenchers Ditch Witch 3210D, s/n 342857, diesel, straight plow, 70% new tires, 24’’ feed blade, A330, s/n 2934 attachment, good condition..............$6,500. 2002 Ditch Witch RT90, hydrostat, 5’ mag. boom, like new 110k chain, 6 way BFB, rear steer, auto crowd, good condition, 2059 hrs ............$39,500.

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PRELIMINARY* EQUIPMENT LIST Ag Tractor (1) Backhoe Loaders (8) Compactors (17) Dump Trucks (5) Hydraulic Excavators (11) Integrated Tool Carrier (1) Long Reach Hydraulic Excavator (1) Low Boy Trailers (2) Mini Hydraulic Excavators (4) Motor Graders (3) *Equipment subject to change

CAT AUCTION SERVICES 8050 County Road 101 East Shakopee, MN 55379 866.750.9432 info@catauctions.com

Motor Scrapers (4) Multi Terrain Loaders (13) Scissor Lift (1) Service Truck (1) Skid Steer Loaders (3) Tag Trailers (3) Telehandlers (5) Track-Type Tractors (7) Truck Tractor (1) Water Truck (1) Wheel Loaders (5)


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Ritchie Bros. …

Manitowoc Cranes Goes for $1.2M at Mile High City Auction

R

itchie Bros. Auctioneers sold more than 800 equipment items, including more than 30 cranes, in a multimillion dollar unreserved public auction at its permanent auction site in Denver, Colo., Oct. 20. The unreserved auction attracted more than 1,600 on-site and online bidders from more than 25 countries as far away as the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Australia, Ecuador and Canada. “End-users from all over the world participated on-site and over the internet on auction day and were particularly interested in the large selection of unused and late model cranes being sold. Bidding was very competitive with most of the cranes being purchased by out-of-state buyers who were present on-site,” said Steve Merich, regional manager, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “Overall, we were very pleased with the outcome of the auction. The performance on the cranes far exceeded our expectations and those of our consignors. It demonstrates the effectiveness of our global market strategy, even in a tough economy.” The two highest value cranes — a 2008 Manitowoc 14000 220-ton (200 t) self-erecting crawler crane and a late model 2008 Manitowoc 14000 220-ton self-erecting crawler crane — were two of more than 40 items sold for Energy Transportation Inc. The unused 2008 Manitowoc 14000 220ton, purchased by a buyer from Texas for $1.275 million, broke the site record for the highest value item ever sold in a Denver auction. The other late model 2008 Manitowoc 14000 220-ton self-erecting crawler crane was purchased for $1.2 million by a California buyer. More than 16 rough-terrain cranes manufactured by Grove were sold mostly to out-of-state buyers. Two of the rough-terrain cranes, a 2005 Grove RT875E 75-ton (68 t) and a 2005 Grove RT760E 60-ton, were purchased by an out-of-country buyer from Ecuador. The highest priced rough-terrain crane in the unreserved auction — a 2006 Grove RT9130E 130-ton (118 t) — was purchased for $670,000 by a buyer from Los Angeles. Other cranes sold in the unreserved auction included a 2007 Liebherr LMT1100-41 all-terrain crane, hydraulic and conventional truck cranes and carry-deck cranes.

This 2008 Manitowoc 14000 220-ton (200 t) self-erecting crawler crane draws a lot of attention from bidders.

Ritchie Bros. displays this 2007 Liebherr LTM1100-41 120-ton (109 t) 8x8x8 all-terrain crane in Denver.

In Denver, one unused and one late model 2008 Manitowoc 14000 220-ton (200 t) self-erecting crawler crane were put up to bid.

Bidders look for bargains on this 2006 Grove RT9130E 130-ton (118 t) rough-terrain crane.

Visitors gather to bid on cranes at the Ritchie Bros. Denver auction.

Rough-terrain cranes line up at Denver auction.

A 2001 Grove TMS875C 75 ton (68 t) 8x4x4 hydraulic truck crane on display at the Denver sale.


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2006 KOBELCO SK330LC

2004 CATERPILLAR TK1161

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HYSTER H60FT

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315-633-2944 • Providence, RI Sat.-Sun., November 21-22, 2009 For: Complete Liquidation of one of the Largest Privately Owned Rental Companies in New England! • Dallas, TX Tues., December 1, 2009 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Support Equipment, Aerials, Trucks & Trailers • South Plainfield, NJ Fri., December 4, 2009 For: Property is SOLD! Complete Liquidation of Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., December 4, 2009 For: Large Construction Equipment Auction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Columbus, OH Sat., December 5, 2009 For: Construction, Forklifts, Aerial Lifts, Truck & Trailer Auction • Kissimmee, FL Thurs., December 10, 2009 For: Late Model Rental Returns of Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Telescopic Forklifts • Atlanta, GA Fri., December 11, 2009 For: Late Model Rentals Consisting of Construction, Support Equipment, Trailers, Trucks, Aerial Lifts & Forklifts • Ledyard (Foxwood Casino), CT Sat., December 12, 2009 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • Syracuse, NY Tues., December 15, 2009 For: Late Model Crane, Boom Trucks, Aerial Lifts & Large Quantity of Rigging Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Fri., December 16, 2009 For: Large Rental Return Auction of Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • St. Louis, MO Thurs., December 17, 2009 For: Rental Fleet Equipment – Large and Small, Trucks & Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., December 19, 2009

For: Late Rental Return Auction of Late Model Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks, Trailers & Support Equipment • Cincinnati, OH Tues., December 29, 2009 For: Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • Greenwich (Albany), NY Wed., December 30, 2009 For: Late Model Kobelco, New Holland, Cat, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Forklifts, Aerial, Support Equipment • Middletown (Florida), NY Sat., January 9, 2010 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts & Support Equipment • Scranton, PA Sat., January 16, 2010 For: Late Model Truck Wreckers, Truck Tractors, Van Trailers & Containers • Columbus (Delaware), OH Sat., January 23, 2010 For: Late Model Rental Return Auction plus Support Equipment • Kissimmee, FL Sunday thru Saturday., February 1-8, 2010 For: Annual 8 Day Sale of the Latest & Greatest Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Cranes, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks and All Types of Trailers and Support Equipment – THE REAL SALE! RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS Richmond, BC, Canada Phone: 402-421-2631 • Brisbane, Australia November 24 • Grande Prairie, AB, CAN November 24 & 25 • Moerdijk, The Netherlands November 25-27 • Geelong, Australia November 26 • Vancouver, BC, CA December 1 • Sacramento, CA December 1 & 2 • St., Aubin Sur Gaillon, France December 1 & 2 • Saskatoon, SK, CAN December 2 • Fort Worth, TX December 2&3 • Montreal, QC, CAN December 3 & 4 • Polotitlan, Mexico December 8 • Caorso, Italy

Coming Auctions December 3 & 4 • Toronto, ON, CAN December 7 & 8 • Polotitlan, Mexico December 8 • Statesville, NC December 8 • Denver, CO December 8 • Columbus, OH December 9 • Jackson, MS December 10 • Chicago, IL December 10 & 11 • Olympia, WA December 10 & 11 • Farmington, NM December 14 • Dubai, United Arab Emirates December 14 - 16 •Pittsburgh, PA December 14 • Nashville, TN December 15 • Minneapolis, MN December 15

Construction Equipment GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP Thurmont, MD Phone: 301-631-0650 • Martinsburg, WV Sat., December 19, 2009 For: Construction Equipment G.W. MCGREW AUCTION CO., INC. Seven Valleys, PA Phone: 888-311-2811 • Seven Valleys, PA Mon., December 14, 2009 For: Selling Construction Equipment for Local Contractors HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY Hatfield, PA Phone: 215-361-9099 • Waynesboro, VA Wed., December 9, 2009 For: Former Assets of Ennstone, Inc. and Lease Returns

• Los Angeles, CA December 15 & 16 •Kansas City, MO December 16 • North East, MD December 16 & 17 • Prince George, BC, CAN December 17 • St. Louis, MO December 18 • Narita, Japan Jan 27, 2010 • Las Vegas, NV Feb 5, 2010 • Orlando, FL February 15-20, 2010 • Torreon, Mexico February 2010 CAT AUCTION SERVICES Shakopee, MN Phone: 866-750-9432 • Kansas City, MO Tues., December 1, 2009 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. Prospect, CT Phone: 203-758-4087 • Prospect, CT Sat., December 5, 2009 For: Quinnipiac Commission Auction. Utility and

IRAY AUCTIONS Foley, MN Phone: 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., Dec. 4, 2009 For: Heavy Construction Equipment And Semi, Truck & Trailer IRON PLANET AUCTIONS Pleasanton, CA Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs., December 3, 2009 For: Construction Equipment KISSIMMEE AUCTION COMPANY Spartanburg, SC Phone: 864-583-2700 • Spartanburg, SC Thursday, December 3, 2009 For: Construction and Forestry Equipment L & L EQUIIPMENT SALES Fairview, TN Phone: 615-799-0850

ONLINE AUCTION Go to www.landlequipmentsales.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Sat., December 5, 2009 For: Construction Equipment LOWDER AUCTIONEERS Wilmington, NC Phone: 800-348-8956 • Durham, NC Wed., December 3, 2009 For: Delaware Contractors & Truck Auction MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. Pelzer, SC Phone: 864-947-7888

• Litchfield, MN Wed, December 30, 2009 For: AgIron 21 Consignment Event www.steffesauctioneers.co m STOCK AUCTION COMPANY St. Edward, NE Phone: 800-937-3558 BIG IRON TIMED INTERNET ONLY AUCTION Go to www.stockra.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Wed., November 25, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

• Wallace, SC Tuesday, November 17, 2009 For: Construction Equipment, Truck, Trailers & Tools

UTILITY AUCTIONS Des Moines, IA Phone: 515-299-6289

RDO EQUIPMENT CO. AUCTIONS Fargo, ND Phone: 866-536-5189

• Perris, CA Sat., Dec. 5, 2009 – 8AM Live Online Bidding www.wca-online.com

November 20-27, 2009 ONLINE Liquidation Sale For: John Deere Agriculture, Construction and Vermeer Equipment www.rdoauctions.com

WORLD WIDE AUCTIONEERS El Paso, TX Phone: 480-505-0070

• Wilmington, DE • Pelzer, SC Fri., December 18, 2009 Wed.-Thurs, December 9-10, For: Construction, Utility & 2009 Forestry Equipment For: Annual 2 Day Winter Contractors Auction VOCONAUCTIONS Wilmington, DE PETROWSKY Phone: 866-21-VOCON AUCTIONEERS INC. North Franklin, CT ONLINE AUCTION Phone: 860-642-4200 Wed, December 9, 2009 www.govocon.com • North Franklin, CT Fri. & Sat., January 29-30, 2010 WESTERN CONSTRUCTION For: Over 100 Units! Truck Tractors, Dumps, Van & AUCTIONS INC Utility Body Trucks & More! Perris, CA Phone: 866-731-7760

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS Lebanon, TN Phone: 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 12, 2009 For: TBA

• El Paso, TX Tues., November 24, 2009 For: Construction Equipment • Perris, CA Sat., Dec. 5, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS Fargo, ND Phone: 701-237-9173

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. Holland, OH Phone: 419-865-3990

• West Fargo, ND Wed, December 9, 2009 For: AgIron 53 Consignment Event

• Kissimmee, FL Feb 8 –Feb. 16, 2010 36th Annual Kissimmee, FL Auction


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2 DAY UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

Sacramento California

2 DAY UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

Fort Worth Texas

2– 2004 CAT 140H VHP PLUS

16 — HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS

2007 PETERBILT 357

2– 2005 CAT 627G

2001 CAT 320CL

December 1 & 2, 2009 (Tues & Wed) 8:00 am

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Auction Site: 5500 County Road 99W, Dunnigan, CA 95937 Fax: 530.724.3270 / Auction Company Bond #0470724

Auction Site: 6050 Azle Ave., Lake Worth, TX 76135-2603 Fax: 817.238.9898 / Auctioneer: James L. Valentine # 15239

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ADVANCE NOTICE - UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

ADVANCE NOTICE - UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

Denver

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2006 POWERSCREEN CHIEFTAIN 1400

2005 CAT 320CL

2000 JOHN DEERE 750C LGP SERIES II

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Tuesday, December 8, 2009 8:00 am

Thursday, December 10, 2009 9:00 am

Auction Site: 4444 Ritchie Drive, Longmont, CO 80504 Fax: 970.535.0168

Auction Location: 115 Old Highway 49 South, Richland, MS 39218 Fax: 601.939.2106 Auction Firm # 901F, Auctioneer James L. Valentine # 1138

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ADVANCE NOTICE - 2 DAY UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

Olympia

Washington

ADVANCE NOTICE - UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

Farmington New Mexico

2006 JOHN DEERE 850J LT

2004 TEREX CEDARAPIDS COBRATRACK 30 x 42 IN.

2007 GROVE RT760E 60 TON

2001 CAT 980G

December 10 & 11, 2009 (Thurs & Fri) 8:00 am

Monday, December 14, 2009 9:00 am

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ADVERTISER INDEX A E D ..............................................................................18 B & R EQUIPMENT .........................................................9 BARGAINS .....................................................................53 BOBCAT COMPANY ................................................37,38 CASE CORP ..................................................................36 CASHMAN EQUIPMENT ................................................5 CAT AUCTION SERVICES KANSAS CITY OH 12/1/09.....................................55 CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................................19 CHAMPION MOTOR GRADERS .................................27 CLASSIFIEDS.................................................................52 CLASSIFIEDS.................................................................53 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE .......................54 CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM................29 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ...................39 DYNAPAC ......................................................................28 ESCO CORP .................................................................50 FCC EQUIPMENT FINANCIAL .......................................6 FLECO ATTACHMENTS ...............................................18 GEITH INC .....................................................................12 GOMACO CORP ...........................................................24 HAWTHORNE CAT .........................................................2 HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC ..........................................3 HOLT CAT ......................................................................64 HULLS 151 IMPLEMENT INC ........................................8 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT .................41 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION DEC 3......................................57 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ........................................40 JOHNSON CAT ..............................................................11 KLEIN PRODUCTS INC ................................................13 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ........................................43 LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENTS ................................18 LEEBOY .........................................................................27

MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ...................................25 NEW HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION ............................34 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ...................31 P J DOOLING TIRE COMPANY ...................................12 PALADIN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ............................42 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS SACRAMENTO CA 12/1-2 FORT WORTH 12/2 ...60 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS DENVER CO 12/8 JACKSON MS 12/10/09 ..........61 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS OLYMPIA WA 12/10-11 FARMINGTON NM 12/14 62 ROAD MACHINERY CO .................................................7 ROADTEC .....................................................................23 SAKAI AMERICA INC ....................................................26 SANDVIK MINING & CONSTRUCTION ......................17 TAKEUCHI .....................................................................45 TEREX TRUCKS ...........................................................38 VCES .............................................................................32 VOLVO CONST EQUIP & SVCS ..................................44 WANTED.........................................................................51 WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS PERRIS CA 12/5.....................................................59 YANMAR AMERICA .......................................................35 CALIFORNIA STATE SUPPLEMENT CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE .......................11 HAWTHORNE CAT ..........................................................5 HUSKIE.............................................................................9 JCB INC ............................................................................6 JOHN DEERE...................................................................3 JOHNSON CAT ................................................................2 VOLVO CONST EQUIP & SVCS...................................12 WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS .....................7

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